Cooking

For this activity, you will need a basket or tub, foam balls or bean bags in two distinct color sets, a blindfold for each participant, and a space that is safe to use for flying objects?(i.e. without delicate, easily breakable items). Divide participants into two even teams. Give each...
 
Cooking

Free Radical Display Dottie Stambaugh, RD, set up a gorgeous free radical display for her latest presentation, and she even sent along instructions for how you can make your own. Dottie began by enlarging our Free Radical poster to a 27x16, then she tacked it onto a bulletin board. From...
 

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

Putting together a comprehensive and engaging cooking demonstration is hard work -- but that's about to change.
 
Cooking

Download the Nutrition Month Bingo Handout in our PDF handout Archive and play Nutrition Month Bingo. The bingo sheet is a self-recorded game card that participants use throughout the day to record good behavior. Fill out a row or the whole card and win! Participants can return their card of good behavior for a prize!... ... Nutrition Month Bingo
Cooking

This fun game gets kids moving and finding healthy foods. Place Mat Relay You need: • Lots of pictures of food • One 11-by-17 sheet of paper for each team. Draw circles representing a plate and glass on a place mat. Print the following on each: • healthful drink • healthful grain • healthful protein ... Placemat Relay
Cooking

Shauna Schultz, RD, plays games to keep kids interested in nutrition and health education. 1. Set up different stations for children to participate in, making sure each activity is age appropriate. Station ideas include melon dumbells, apple toss and broccoli forest (obstacle course), carrot javelin throw and a rainbow...