What's on Your Plate?

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This is a game we play several times during the What’s on Your Plate? Class. It is a perfect sponge’ activity. It can be 5-15 minutes long. It is high interest and very engaging.

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Students taste different preparations of the same food and observe the nutritional profiles of those different foods.

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Students will investigate the amount of fat, salt, and number of servings in a variety of chips/snack foods.

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This lesson is a fun and engaging way to talk about what you should fill your plate with.

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Students will investigate the amount of fat, salt, and number of serving in a variety of chips/snack foods.

Area: Academic Classroom
Type: Lessons
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Overview of nine-week food and nutrition class.

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Soda is considered to be one of the main causes of childhood obestiy.  In this lesson students measure out the teaspoons of sugar for different size coke bottles.  This has become a standard for  What's On Your Plate? , a nine week course all sixth graders take...

Area: Academic Classroom
Type: Lessons
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 Weekly tastings are an important part of the What's on Your Plate Curriculum.  Trying new foods is important for students so they can develop their palette,  expand their knowledge of seasonal produce, and see the variety within a particular type of fruit or...

Area: Garden, Kitchen, Cafeteria, Academic Classroom
Type: Lessons
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4