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Lifelong healthy eating starts with family dinners.
Kids that regularly eat dinner with their family are less likely to develop unhealthy eating habits, like skipping meals, or eating disorders, like anorexia.
Students learn about less common vegetables in this fast-paced game
Students get moving and learn the importance of eating a rainbow of dinner foods
Students learn about healthy dinners by miming and guessing how they are prepared
Students work together to create a dance about how their favorite, healthy dinner foods make them feel.
Students get moving and dancing while learning a variety of healthy dinner choices
By forming a train, students learn how different foods fuel their bodies
An interactive game that teaches students the importance of eating a variety of healthy dinner foods
Student detectives get moving and gather clues to figure out their healthy dinner foods
Students learn about healthy dinner choices in this trivia game
Students alter their speed according to the healthiness of dinner foods in this dynamic game.
A fun physical activity that teaches students about how their bodies react to different dinner foods
The classic game with a healthy food twist
Students dance and brainstorm healthy foods to add to pasta in this entertaining game
Students learn how to make a healthy dinner while using their storytelling skills
Students get active and learn about whole grains in this spirited game
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New York, NY 10128
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