We are often asked if we teach classes. With young families, working husbands, and busy schedules we are limited in the events we can attend. We created these lesson plans for you to use when you have events, group meetings, enrichments, or even just family activities. We encourage you to use these, share these, give them to people you know who are in charge of putting together group meetings, community trainings, or enrichment classes. Also included are invitations you can cut out and hand our or pass along. You can use these as basic guidelines, or follow them exactly.
Group Lesson Plans - Food Storage Made Easy
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Science for Kids: Learning about the 5 Food Groups + Printable
Preschoolers are very eager to learn. When it comes to eating snacks preschoolers are the first ones to run to the table. The trick to getting your students to learn to eat healthy foods is to engage them in fun activities. Introducing healthy habits at a young age will only make for healthier choices in the future.
In this lesson, you will teach pre-schoolers about the different food groups: meat, vegetables, fruit, dairy, and breads. They will also place pictures of food in the different categories. Students will learn: To recognize different food Identify food groups Place food in categories. You will need pictures of different foods or plastic food that represents the real food.