Eat with love for ourselves.
Say why it is better to eat many colors of real foods every day.
Be able to record a food journal.
Identify 3 rules for how to tell real food from fake food.
Be able to name 2 dishes in each of the 4 Menu Map categories.
Name 1 food that is good for each of the following body parts: brain, stomach, heart, eyes and skin.
Identify 2 fruits or vegetables that grow in each season and locally.
Name at least 1 source of protein and 1 source of calcium from a vegetable.
Name 1 food that you can eat if your poo is too dry or too wet.
Identify 1 fruit or vegetable that grows underground, on the stalk, on a tree, and on the ground, in a lake or in a factory.
Name 3 body parts that are involved in digestion.
Eat with love for each other
Identify 2 negative effects of sugar.
Name 3 different ways to exercise (or teach kids one way to exercise your body).
Take a Sugar Pledge with their family.
Name 1 healthy alternative to sugary drinks.
Say why we wash food before we eat it.
Identify 2 types of sugary drinks.
Identify 2 healthy foods, 2 drinks and 2 eating habits that make up a wholesome breakfast.
Demonstrate how to wash your hands the proper way every time before you eat.
Name 2 types of distractions and misbehaviors during mealtimes.
Initiate a conversation at the dining table with 2 questions.
Lead a table in saying a grateful contemplation before a meal together.
Eat with love for our planet
Name 2 ways they can reduce food waste.
Be able to describe what it feels like to be 80% full. Know how to eat until no longer hungry, instead of eating until full.
Name 2 foods people eat that are harmful to nature.
Name 3 things that can be recycled.
Name 2 bad things that happen to nature when we litter.
Name 2 foreign countries and 2 dishes that come from these countries.
Give 2 examples of animals that eat other animals to create a food chain.