Cooking

We played this with a class of 32 fifth graders. They used the cups and baggies to take home all the leftovers they had not eaten to show their parents! You need: • Whole and diced samples of 4-8 fruits or vegetables of about the same color, some familiar,...
 
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What are educator’s doing to promote consumption of fruits and veggies? According our recent online survey to over 500 food and nutrition professionals, the two most preferred messages to encourage consumption of fruits and vegetables are: 1) include them for every meal and snack and 2) get a variety...
 

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Rainbow Make a rainbow on the bulletin board and include all the colors listed below or make a color of the week or the month. Hold a contest to see who can come up with the best recipe for each color. “There’s Magic in the Rainbow” (not just at the end of the rainbow). It’s ... Produce A to Z
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Marsha K. Weaver uses this game with a variety of audiences, from kids to older folks. It is easy to do, and you can vary it with seasonally available produce. 1. Place a variety of common and unusual vegetables and/or fruits in clean crew-type socks. 2. Pass the socks around the group. Have each participant ... Mystery Veggie Game
Cooking

Cut holes in small boxes big enough for a hand to go through. Place different fruits or vegetables that would be challenging for your audience in your boxes. The students must reach in the box and guess what secret fruit or vegetable is inside just by feeling it. This...