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Active Eating

 

Active Eating is a series of K-8 lesson plans that use fun physical activities to educate children about making healthy food choices.

The lessons explore the importance of each meal, the value of eating a variety of foods, healthy and less healthy food options, and how to select foods that help our bodies stay strong. Each activity is designed to be done in 10-15 minutes to fit into busy schedules.

Active Eating Features:

  • Age appropriate curricula sets with 23-25 lessons each for grades K-8
  • Individual lessons with clear, simple instructions and objectives
  • A list of all national U.S. education standards met by each each activity
  • Units on Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Snacks

Go to Active Eating

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