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Activity 1 - Meet the Plate Bring samples of a wide variety of foods and arrange them on a table in your classroom. Outline the five basic MyPlate groups, then ask students to organize the samples into MyPlate’s categories. While participants are rearranging the foods, discuss a few of...
 
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PIN THE TAIL ON THE PLATE This is a health-based game that is to be played by any size group of people. The goal of the game is to use the Five basic food groups and name as many food products and healthy meals that fall in to each...
 

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

Health fair prizes or incentives can move games, presentations, and activities from good to great!
 
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WHAT YOU NEED: -Markers -Two Posterboards - Darts On each posterboard, draw a pie with slices big enough to write in because you are going to write the letters nice and big so everyone can read them from far away. The number of slices you must draw is up to you- you will fill in ... Twister Salad
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This is a game you can play with any topic - nutrition, fad diets, diabetes, heart disease, wellness, fruits and veggies, etc. It can be played easily with any age group and is from Kathleen Upton, RD, LMNT. Each player gets a sheet of paper and divides it into 2 or 3 sections for 2 ... Educator Idea File: Category-Style Game
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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...