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  • 1. the Steps to a healthier you FOOD Pyramid
  • 2. Eating Right Every Day
    • Briefly describe the point of this lesson, which is that the class will be learning about the relationship between good nutrition and health.
  • 3. The Food Pyramid Steps to a healthier you GRAINS VEGETABLES FRUITS OILS MILK MEAT & BEANS
  • 4. Grains Make half of your grains whole
    • List a few examples of grains that are plentiful in your area.
    • Discuss how much children should eat every day and when they might have them.
    • Together, research and discuss the health benefits of grains.
    • Encourage children to list foods that they like from this food group.
  • 5. Vegetables Vary your veggies
    • List a few examples of vegetables that are plentiful in your area.
    • Discuss how much children should eat every day and when they might have them.
    • Together, research and discuss the health benefits of vegetables.
    • Encourage children to list foods that they like from this food group.
  • 6. Fruits Focus on fruits
    • List a few examples of fruits that are plentiful in your area.
    • Discuss how much children should eat every day and when they might have them.
    • Together, research and discuss the health benefits of fruits.
    • Encourage children to list foods that they like from this food group.
  • 7. Oils Know your fats
    • List a few examples of oils and fats.
    • Discuss how much children should eat daily and what foods contain oils and fats.
    • Together, research and discuss the health benefits associated with the different kinds of oils and fats.
    • Encourage children to list foods that they like from this food group.
  • 8. Milk Get your calcium rich foods
    • List a few examples of milk products.
    • Discuss how much children should eat daily and when they might have them.
    • Together, research and discuss the health benefits of milk products.
    • Encourage children to list foods that they like from this food group.
  • 9. Meat and Beans Go lean on protein
    • List a few examples of meat and bean products that are plentiful in your area.
    • Discuss how much children should eat daily and when they might have them.
    • Together, research and discuss the health benefits of meat and beans.
    • Encourage children to list foods that they like from this food group.
  • 10. Discretionary Calories Extras for luxury foods
    • What are discretionary calories?
    • Discuss how many discretionary calories children should eat every day.
    • Solicit class feedback for examples of ways to use discretionary calories.
  • 11. Physical Activity Strive for 60 minutes or more per day
    • What is physical activity?
    • Discuss moderate vs. vigorous activity.
    • Solicit class feedback for examples of moderate and vigorous activities.
  • 12. Eat Well and Stay Healthy!
    • Encourage children to use the MyPyramid Worksheet, for a week, and to eat their favorite foods in each group to meet their daily requirements.
    • Download the worksheet here: MyPyramid Worksheet .
    • Discuss their findings at the end of the week.
    • How might each child eat more healthfully?
  • 13. Conclusion
    • Summarize the health benefits of each food group.
    • Encourage children to do research on any new finding about food and health.
    • Encourage children to continue keeping a food diary.
    • Encourage children to strive for 60 minutes or more of physical activity every day.
    • Ask your school nurse or doctor to visit the class to share facts about food and health on an ongoing basis.