Eleven inquiry-based lessons that engage 5th and 6th graders in growing, harvesting, tasting, and learning about fruits and vegetables. The curriculum includes reproducible student handouts, 35 copies of the Dig In! At Home parent booklet (parent booklet also available separately in Spanish), and a set of 6 Dig In! posters.
These resources are created and curated by Iowa Department of Public Health, Iowa Department of Education, and Iowa Teachers to support the teaching and learning of Iowa Core Health Literacy.
Discover MyPlate is fun and inquiry-based nutrition education that fosters the development of healthy food choices and physically active lifestyles during a critical developmental and learning period for children — kindergarten.
Contains: Teacher guide, Emergent Reader Mini Books and teacher edition, Reach for the Sky song, Food Group Friends profile cards, Food cards, Look and Cook recipes, student workbook, the Five Food Groups poster, parent handouts and Discover MyPlate graphics
A Standards-Based Gardening Nutrition Curriculum. Eleven-lesson curriculum for 3rd and 4th grades that contains bulletin board materials, veggie dice, fruit and vegetable flash cards, and 35 copies of each of the 10 Garden Detective newsletters for parents/caregivers.
Garden-themed nutrition education kit that introduces children to six fruits and vegetables. Includes seven booklets, featuring three fruits and three vegetables, with hands-on planting activities, a CD with supplemental information, and a DVD with Cool Puppy Pup’s Picnic and Lunch Parties.
This lesson is designed to increase students’ knowledge of the health benefits of vitamins C and A and the foods that contain them.
This lesson is designed to increase students’ knowledge of a wide variety of fruits and vegetables.
Lesson is designed to increase students’ knowledge of which foods are fruits and vegetables and how they can eat fruits and vegetables for snacks.
This lesson is designed to increase students’ knowledge of the health benefits of drinking milk.
This lesson is designed to increase first graders’ knowledge of healthy physical activities and the importance of decreasing screen time.
Students will learn that eating vegetables is a way to be healthy and want to include them in a healthy diet.