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This works great with field trips where the students may not have any experience, such as a farm or farmer’s market. The students will write down predictions they have about what they will see or perhaps what is for sale at the market. During the field trips they will...
 
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Barb Miller has a fun summer project for kids. Take kids on a field trip to a farmer’s market or farm to buy/see how fruits and vegetables are raised. Then come back and prepare and sample some of these fresh fruits and vegetables. For example, take children strawberry picking...
 

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Here are some activities that encourage, “Eat Well, Play Well” by Carol Schnittjer, RD. • Blow up a number of balloons in each of the following colors: yellow, green, blue and red. • Play music, and have the students bop the balloons back and forth to each other to keep them in the air. • ... Eat Well Play Well
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Every year Othello Community Hospital is the host of 2nd Graders during National Hospital Week. They get to see things of interest in several departments throughout the hospital and end with Kay Hougan-Jones, CDM, CFPP, Director of Dietary. Here is her report: I ask them who is responsible for keeping them healthy. The correct answer, ... Elementary School Classroom Shopping Activity
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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...