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Here are 4 fun games that will teach participants about good nutrition, food safety, and MyPlate! Processed Food Run Game: How what’s in food affects your body Purpose: To make students aware of the damage processed food has on your body Materials: • 4 strands of 100-feet sturdy rope...
 
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This game will teach everyone how to make a healthy salad and it will have them out of their seats, moving and having fun, too! Here is a way to make salads fun for the kids and play Twister Salad by Sean Tuohy. WHAT YOU NEED: -Markers -Two Posterboards...
 

The purpose of nutrition month is to help the public become aware of the importance of good nutrition and a healthful eating plan.
 

Looking for compelling nutrition posters to brighten your walls with motivation and education? You have come to the right place!
 
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Play this game with your audience to help them learn about lowering their blood pressure. Each member that comes up with a right answer gets a point. At the end, tally up the points and reward the winner with a small fruit basket or other healthy prize. At the end of the game, reward the ... Lower Blood Pressure Trivia Game
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Jane Pelkki, MPH, RD, Community Nutritionist for Lexington-Fayette County Health Department and 2nd place winner in our Nutrition Education Contest uses this clever nutrition presentation idea for showing clients how fast it is to make breakfast: In order to help kids and adults see that having breakfast at home doesn’t take a lot of time, ... How Fast Can You Make Breakfast?
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This MyPlate Relay will get students moving!! MyPlate Relay You need: • Lots of pictures of food. • Several MyPlate posters with the sections made into pockets. Directions: Divide group into teams of 4-6 children each. Put the myplate posterss on one side of the room. You can either...