My Plate Cut and Paste Activity Sheet...peach I hope you see this!!

My Plate Cut and Paste - A worksheet on the new USDA food recommendations. After a lesson on the "Food Plate" students can use this worksheet to plan out a well balanced menu for one day.

Fooducate.  Students will analyze the food label and tell what is good vs. what is bad in this food product.  We will then scan it to see what score it gets.  Note:  They use a different grading system then I do.  (Different criteria.  Must explain to students.  Find this information at website under "about".  http://blog.fooducate.com/nutrition-101/

Students will analyze the food label and tell what is good vs. what is bad in this food product. We will then scan it to see what score it gets. Note: They use a different grading system then I do. (Different criteria. Must explain to students.

Media Literacy - Create your own Cereal Box. Present book repots on cerealboxes in order to persuade peers to read the book too.

Teaching about persuasive. Media Literacy - Create your own Cereal Box. Present book repots on cerealboxes in order to persuade peers to read the book too.

K&C Love Grade 3: Media Literacy Juice Box Project

Design a juice box. Decide learning goals as a group first then provide a template to create the juice box.

Do the "fat test" with your students...if I worked with an older grade this would be a fun activity

Lesson Plan SOS: Fat Test: A Lesson Students Have to See to Believe. This is a great visual, interactive activity for classroom health lessons, an afterschool activity, or an at home game to inspire kids to make healthier snack choices.

client: Cater to You  •  project: series of educational nutrition flyers targeted to middle and high school students

The student demonstrates knowledge of nutritionally balanced diets. The student is expected to: (J) read and interpret food labels;

The Healthy Eating activity packet is designed to meet the curriculum expectations for the Ontario Grade 4 Health curriculum. This packet has students:- Identify the key nutrients provided by foods and beverages, and describe their importance for growth, health, learning and physical performance;- Analyze personal food selections through self-monitoring over time, using the criteria indicated in Canadas Food Guide.

{Grade 4} Healthy Eating with Canada's Food Guide Activity Packet

The "Healthy Eating" activity packet is designed to meet the curriculum expectations for the 2015 Ontario Grade 4 Health curriculum. This packet has students: - Identify the key nutrients provided by foods and beverages, and describe their importance for

FREE Healthy Eating Food Pyramid

Use page 1 as a poster or cut up the third page to use as a jigsaw onto the page 2 template.

This unit is designed to teach 2nd/3rd/4th grade students about the food pyramid, why to eat healthy foods, how to read a food label, and what good...

This unit is designed to teach grade students about the food pyramid, why to eat healthy foods, how to read a food label, and what good.

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