Consuming Healthy Snacks
Get your class into great shape by introducing them to the benefits of eating healthy snacks and engaing in regular exercise. This set of activities comes with all the worksheets and handouts needed to complete several weeks of nutrition...
Black Tiger Academy Martial Arts Fitness Unit – Lesson 9
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”—Nelson Mandela. Black Tiger Academy’s martial arts lesson plan nine of 20 introduces food labels to the class. What are food labels? What do they mean? How...
Black Tiger Academy Martial Arts Fitness Unit – Lesson 10
“To succeed, we must first believe that we can.”—Michael Korda. Black Tiger Academy’s martial arts lesson plan 10 of 20 continues discussing nutrition focusing on serving size. Americans overeat which leads to many health problems....
Your 4-H Focus on Food Labels
Facilitate healthy eating habits with this collection of activities. This worksheet, made for 4-H originally, covers nutrition, health, and fitness. Middle schoolers focus on the life skill of making healthy lifestyle choices. They...
Real Fruit/Fake Fruit
Students explore nutritional labels. In this nutritional label lesson, students investigate how to correctly read labels on food packaging. Students also explore marketing techniques used by manufacturers to persuade consumers into...
Third graders investigate nutrition by researching rice. In this food lesson, 3rd graders read about the healthy aspects of rice and how many people in the world eat it. Students read nutrition labels and discuss the different energy...
Healthy Snacks. Healthy Packaging
Fourth graders research how to select the most cost-effective snacks. In this consumer practices activity, 4th graders compare packaging labels and come to conclusions on how cost effective the product is. Students discuss their findings.
Reading Nutrition Labels
In this nutrition worksheet, students name 2 food labels, then circle which label best fits a series of 12 statements such as "most sodium per serving," etc. Students then write about which item they think is more healthy and why.
Students read and interpret nutrition fact labels ("food labels") from food products, a task that involves the use of various mathematics skills (e.g., number concepts and number sense).