Breakfast: Grades 3-5
Two lessons promote starting the day with a balanced breakfast. Lesson one challenges scholars to create their own cereal after examining their current favorite cereal, including its nutrition facts. In instructional activity two,...
Breakfast: Grades 9-12
Sleep and food are brain fuels, and teens require a lot of both, but getting high schoolers up in time to have a healthy breakfast before they charge off to school can be a challenge. To meet this challenge, scholars first set up a...
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Smart Solutions: English Language Development Lessons (Theme 6)
Smart Solutions is the theme of a unit created to meet the needs of English language earners. Through a series of lessons, scholars follow a routine—move, speak, and listen— to cover topics including stores, shops, celebrations, pets,...
A healthy and balanced breakfast is essential to maintaining a day's worth of solid energy and mind-power. Encourage class members to eat a smart breakfast with a instructional activity that provides interesting food facts, a...
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Around Town: Neighborhood and Community: English Language Development Lessons (Theme 3)
Here is a unit designed to support English language development. Scholars speak, move, and write to learn more about topics that focus on community and local concepts. The series of lessons aids to reinforce concepts including consonant...
How can breakfast help you to avoid feeling sluggish and distracted throughout the day? After reading informational articles, learners will discuss how to overcome obstacles to eating breakfast, brainstorm ideas for quick breakfasts, and...
Cutting Costs With Coupons.
Students clip coupons for food items, create a menu using those items, and add up the total savings. They correctly calculate the total amount of money that would be saved if they used the coupons.
There are lots of teachable moments built into planning for, and cooking a breakfast meal. Here is a lesson which allows your children to prepare a breakfast buffet together. Learners plan the menu, decide how much food they will need,...
Morning Activities: ESL Lesson, Beginning Level
What do you typically do in the morning? Phrases like wake up in the morning, take a shower, eat breakfast, and put on your shoes make up this ESL presentation, which works as a good bridge between vocabulary words and forming longer...
Breakfast: Beginning ESL Lesson
Start your day off right with this presentation about breakfast. Full of words about breakfast, including "bacon and eggs," "pancakes," and "oatmeal," the slides also feature explanatory pictures for your students to identify. Short...
Best Breakfast Authors
Third graders write a story. In this breakfast authors lesson, 3rd graders write about a breakfast food and why it is a good selection. Students may illustrate stories and share with their peers.
Land as a Valuable Resource
Students investigate why the soil is important to our lives. In this natural resources instructional activity, students have a farmer as a guest speaker. Students begin to understand how farmers use and protect our natural resource....
Breakfast: Grades K-2
Students investigate nutrition and the role breakfast plays in everyday life. In this healthy eating activity, students discuss their own breakfast habits and the meal they would prefer to have every morning. Students practice...
Connecting School Meals and Classroom Learning Making Breakfast Count
Learners investigate the significance of a healthy breakfast. In this nutrition lesson, students participate in an activity that enables them to assess their own eating patterns. Learners also analyze breakfast menus to determine...
Breakfast Crossword Puzzle
In this crossword worksheet, students solve the crossword puzzle by using the clues. The crossword puzzle clues are based on breakfast food items.
Where in the World?
Students evaluate botany by participating in a class discussion. In this agriculture lesson, students identify the importance of knowing where food comes from and they discuss what their breakfast consisted of and where it came from....
I Think I Forgot Something!
Students examine human health by reading a children's book in class. In this breakfast lesson, students identify the importance of starting the day with a good, nutritious meal. Students read the book I Think I Forgot Something and...
Breakfast Boosts Brainpower
Students examine the importance of eating a balanced breakfast. For this healthy eating lesson students identify examples of a healthy breakfast and compare the characteristics of people who do or do not eat breakfast.
Talking about Food, Expressing Likes and Dislikes
Students explore foods. In this nutrition activity, students chorally respond to questions about a kitchen PowerPoint, complete a Venn diagram about breakfast and lunch foods, and play a food Bingo game.
A Healthy Start To Every Day
Students discuss the importance of having a healthy breakfast to begin their day. Students develop a cause and effect relationship between breakfast and their overall well being. They work cooperatively to plan balanced breakfast menus.
Breakfast: Healthy for Me and Healthy for the Environment
Students develop criteria for a healthy and environmentally friendly breakfast and use these criteria to design a breakfast menu. They use a decision chart to evaluate their choices which is imbedded in this plan.
Eating a Variety for Breakfast
Students describe different types of breakfasts they would like to eat. They make and eat breakfast food.
Students explore reasons why breakfast is an important meal. In this healthy eating lesson, students research the benefits of eating breakfast and create a cookbook of healthy breakfast items. Students establish a breakfast plan for two...
Power Up With Breakfast
In this breakfast worksheet, students complete several activities in English or Spanish about breakfast activities. Students read a recipe, complete a word jumble, and a coloring activity.