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9 healthy ancient grains.

"Ancient Grain Puzzle" is a small knowledge level game to sort the ancient grains by region and country of origin. Fun educational game to expore and study 9 healthy ancient grains. Biology learning game, suitable for online lessons and interactive classes. Free online game. Online Biology worksheet. Fun homework botany exercise.

This botany class game include the following cereals:
  • 1. Quinoa - Andean region, Peru, Bolivia, Chile
    Calories: 222
    Carbs: 39 grams
    Protein: 8 grams
    Fat: 4 grams
    Fiber: 5 grams
    Manganese: 51% of the DV
    Magnesium: 28% of the DV
    Phosphorus: 23% of the DV
    Folate: 19% of the DV
    Zinc: 18% of the DV

  • 2. Buckwheat - Northern China
    Calories: 77
    Carbs: 33.5 g
    Protein: 5.68 g
    Fat: 1.04 g
    Fiber: 4.5 g
    148 milligrams (mg) of potassium.
    118 mg of phosphorous.
    86 mg of magnesium.
    12 mg of calcium.

  • 3. Amaranth - Central America, Honduras, Nikaragu
    Calories: 251
    Carbs: 46 grams
    Protein: 9 grams
    Fat: 4 grams
    Fiber: 5 grams
    Manganese: 91% of the DV
    Magnesium: 38% of the DV
    Iron: 29% of the DV

  • 4. Sorghum - Northeastern Africa, Sudan, Ethiopia
    Calories: 329
    Carbs: 72 grams
    Protein: 11 grams
    Fat: 3 grams
    Fiber: 7 grams
    Manganese: 70% of the DV
    Magnesium: 39% of the DV
    Copper: 32% of the DV
    Selenium: 22% of the DV

  • 5. Teff - Horn of Africa, Ethiopia
    Calories: 367
    Carbs: 73 grams
    Protein: 13.3 grams
    Fat: 2 grams
    Fiber: 8 grams
    Manganese: 402% of the DV
    Copper: 90% of the DV
    Vitamin C: 98% of the DV
    Magnesium: 44% of the DV
    Iron: 42% of the DV
    Phosphorus: 34% of the DV
    Zinc: 33% of the DV

  • 6. Millet - Neolithic China
    Calories: 174
    Carbs: 41 grams
    Protein: 6 grams
    Fat: 2 grams
    Fiber: 2 grams
    Manganese: 21% of the DV
    Magnesium: 19% of the DV
    Thiamine (vitamin B1): 15% of the DV

  • 7. Kamut (Khorasan wheat) - Iran / Persia
    Calories: 227
    Carbs: 48 grams
    Protein: 10 grams
    Fat: 1 gram
    Fiber: 7 grams
    Selenium: 100% of the DV
    Zinc: 29% of the DV
    Niacin (vitamin B3): 25% of the DV

  • 8. Oat (Avena sativa) - Asia Minor, Turkey
    Calories: 307
    Carbs: 54.8 grams
    Protein: 10.7 grams
    Fat: 5.3 grams
    Fiber: 8.1 grams

  • 9. Chia (Salvia hispanica) - Central America, Aztec
    Calories: 486
    Carbs: 42 g
    Protein: 17 g
    Fat: 31 grams
    Fiber: 34 g
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How to play Ancient Grain Puzzle

There are 9 ancient cereals on top of the game screen. Drag ana drop them in the correct geographycal region on the world map, where they come from.

Knowledge Achievements:
Know 3 healthy ancient grains and get +1 Knowledge Level.
Difficulty: Medium.

Ancient Grain Puzzle Botany Game

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Class subject: Ancient grains.

Ancient grains is a marketing term used to describe a category of grains and pseudocereals that are purported to have been minimally changed by selective breeding over recent millennia, as opposed to more widespread cereals such as corn, rice and modern varieties of wheat, which are the product of thousands of years of selective breeding. Ancient grains are often marketed as being more nutritious than modern grains, though their health benefits have been disputed by some nutritionists.

The origin of grains goes back to the Neolithic Revolution about 10,000 years ago, when prehistoric communities started to make the transition from hunter-gatherer to farmer. Modern varieties of grains have been developed over time through mutation, selective cropping, breeding and research in biotechnology. Ancient grains, however, are said to be largely unchanged from their initial domesticated varieties.
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