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Health and well being of young children

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  • 1. Health andWell-Being ofYoung ChildrenShowcase PamphletGroup Members: AbygaileCruz, Jehd Lunar, SamanthaEllis & Samantha Mutuc
  • 2. Front PageGroup Members: Abygaile Cruz,Jehd Lunar, Samantha Ellis &Samantha Mutuc
  • 3. Second PageNutrition plays animportant role in our dailylives, and it begins evenbefore we are born. Ouractivity will be dealingwith older schoolager’s,ages 8 to 12 years old,and their healthynutritional development.
  • 4. Third PageThe goal we have for thechildren is for them to learnabout how important andcritical it is to eat healthy. Wewant to make this known tothe children at a young ageso that they can off withhealthy habits.
  • 5. Fourth PageOur pizza-making activityacts on the whole child. Thisexperience will help withtheir physical developmentas they use their fine motorskills along with precision tocut up the ingredients thatare to be put on their pizza.Their intellectualdevelopment will beimproved as they learn thenutritional food groupsaround them. Our pizza-making activity also has alot of nutritional elements.The exposure to these foodswill scaffold their curiosity tothese ingredients.
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