National Geographic: Spice World

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What keeps your oatmeal from tasting like so much glue? Why, it’s the cinnamon that you sprinkle on it. Use this activity from Xpeditions to find out where many spices come from and advance your knowledge of world geography. Make a map of where your favorite spices come from or play an interactive game to see if you can identify herbs and spices before they are dried and ground up.

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