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Students compare healthy dinner foods they have eaten in this twist on tag
|Description:||Students try to cross the room without being tagged when they hear a healthy food they ate for dinner.|
|Objective:||Students will recognize some healthy foods they can eat for dinner.|
Eating dinner is important because it refuels the body with the nutrients it needs to function at its best. Dinner is also a social event, and can be quality time spent with family members. Frequent family meals are associated with better grades, a lower risk of smoking, drinking and using marijuana, and a lower incidence of depressive symptoms and suicidal thoughts.
There are five food groupings:
Further information about the national standards can be found here.