Students get moving while learning about a variety of vegetables
|Description:||Students hop in and out of a giant circle according to the vegetables they hear.|
|Objective:||Students will recognize some vegetables they can have for lunch.|
|Materials:||Small bell, whistle, or lunch-related noisemaker (e.g. soup spoon banging on a soup bowl); pictures of vegetables or the vegetables themselves (see below for which vegetables)|
Be sensitive to the limitations of lifestyle, income, transportation, etc. Try to include uncommon vegetables, but not so uncommon you couldn’t find them in a local grocery store.
In general, K-4th graders should eat 2-2½ servings of vegetables a day. One serving of vegetables is about:
Further information about the national standards can be found here.
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