Healthy Habits!

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Healthy Habits!

  1. 1. Healthy Habits!<br />Healthy Eating and Healthy Fun!<br />
  2. 2. Standards<br />3.4.7 Eating a variety of healthy foods and getting plenty of exercise help us to feel good and stay healthy!<br />3.1.5 Use standard algorithms for addition and subtraction of whole numbers.<br />(Math standard used in Jeopardy Game)<br />Classification Skills also used throughout the interactive games section.<br />
  3. 3. Definitions<br />Active-when we are active, we move about and exercise freely.<br />Sedentary-when one sits all of the time and does not get any exercise.<br />Portion Sizes-how much we put on our plates when we eat.<br />Protein-gives our body energy when we eat healthy foods like vegetables and peanut butter.<br />Exercise-playing on the playground, riding our bikes, walking around the neighborhood, playing sports, anything that keeps us active or moving about.<br />Carbohydrates-in foods such as potatoes and bread; breaks down in to sugar during digestion. Too many Carbs are bad for us.<br />Healthy Choices-when we think before we act; think about what you are eating before you put it in your mouth.<br />
  4. 4. More Vocabulary<br />Food Pyramid-a learning tool that can help us understand what we need to eat each day, how much of each kind of food we need to eat, and why our bodies need each tier of the food pyramid.<br />Exercise Chart-a graph or a table that helps us keep track of what we do to exercise each day and how long we exercise each day.<br />Aware-being aware means being mindful of what we do and why we do it-especially when it comes to what we eat.<br />Monitor-means to keep track of how much food we put on our plate and how many servings we take at a meal.<br />
  5. 5. You Define…….<br />Name the food groups and list examples of each group.<br />Define Fruits-name as many as you can….<br />Define Vegetables-name as many as you can…..<br />What does “healthy” mean to you?<br />What is your favorite kind of exercise? Why?<br />
  6. 6. Background Information<br />It is important for all of us to learn to make healthy choices so that our bodies can stay in shape and so that we feel good every day! Making healthy choices-especially about what we eat can help us to live longer too! We have some tools that can help us to make good choices when it is time to eat during our day. First we have the food pyramid that explains to us the four food groups and why they are important to our body’s healthy function. Next, we chart our daily exercise habits. It is important to make time each day for some kind of physical exercise so that our body stays strong as we age. Finally, when we do have a meal, it is important to be aware of and monitor our portion sizes. When we take the time to think before we eat, we can make good, healthy choices and stay physically fit for years and years to come! Let’s take a look now and see what making choices is all about!<br /> Eating right, exercising daily, and being aware of the choices we make!<br />
  7. 7. Directions <br />On the next slide, you will find a website and instructions to play a variety of games and complete a wide array of activities.<br />For each game or activity you play, write a 3-sentence paragraph about what you learned from that activity on the chart given.<br />At the very end of this activity presentation, you will find a Jeopardy Game review activity. Pay attention and you might win double jeopardy!<br />
  8. 8. Game Time!<br />Directions:<br />1. Go to the following website:<br />www.nutritionexplorations.com<br />Click on “play nutrition games”<br />2. Click on “more activities”.<br />3. Click on the milk maze Puzzle and move through the maze-see if you can find your way out…..<br />3. Play breakfast detective?<br />How did you do?<br />4. Play Monster Nutrition<br />What did you learn?<br />
  9. 9. Games, Games, Games<br />5. Go to “Learn about Nutrition”<br />Look at the interactive food pyramid.<br />Describe what foods go into each food group.<br />Go to “Winning Combinations”<br />Describe what combination foods are.<br />With your partner, create a nutritious menu for the day with plans for a healthy breakfast, lunch, and dinner.<br />Example: Breakfast- A bowl of oatmeal, a banana, a class of apple juice, and a cup of yogurt.<br />Lunch-A ham and cheese sandwich, carrots, sugar free pudding, and a bottle of water.<br />Dinner-A salad, one piece of chicken, a baked potato and steamed broccoli with a little cheese over it.<br />And for a snack: A granola bar<br />
  10. 10. Game Reflection Chart<br />GAME REFLECTION CHART<br /> Milk Maze<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> Breakfast Detective<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> Monster Nutrition<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> Interactive Food Pyramid<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> Winning Combinations<br /> <br /> <br />Menu for the Day<br /> <br /> <br />  <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
  11. 11. Activity Packet<br />ON YOUR OWN<br />Complete the Nutrition Word Scramble-remember you have a word list at the bottom.<br />Take a Weekly Exercise Scoreboard and track your exercise for the next week. We’ll discuss our progress and turn these in next Friday.<br />With a partner, use this Exercise Scoreboard to develop your own exercise program. See the directions on p. 288.<br />Write a description of the exercise program you and your partner will work on this week. <br />
  12. 12. IT IS TIME TO PLAY JEOPARDY!<br />WITH SISTER BECKY AS YOUR HOST!<br />CLICK THE LINK TO BEGIN!<br />jeopardy game.ppt<br />
  13. 13. So……..What do we know?<br />What do we need to do in order to stay healthy and feel good?<br />a. eat chocolate<br />b. watch portion sizes<br />c. exercise daily<br />d. Have a balanced diet<br />What does it mean to be aware of what we eat and drink?<br />a. Pay attention<br />b. Eat whatever we want any time we want<br />c. Eat McDonald’s every day after school<br />d. Listen to our bodies<br />

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