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SEN In, Out and Beyond The Journey Of A Yoghurt!
The Journey of A Yoghurt!
Grass grows in the fields. [Add a picture of a field of grass you have visited.]
Cows eat the grass. [Add a picture you have taken of cows eating grass in a field.]
When the cows eat grass, they produce milk. The farmer milks the cows. [Add a picture of cows being milked in a dairy you have visited.]
Milk is made into yoghurt. [Add pictures of the yoghurt- making process you have seen.]
Yoghurt is sent to the shops. [Add pictures you have taken of the yoghurt being transported to a local shop or supermarket.]
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