ALL ACTIVITIES

Below is a complete list of all the activities in Active Eating:

It is critical to educate kids about healthy eating habits during early childhood. Kindergartners are already in the middle of developing their tastes and attitudes about food. Active Eating can help you put them on the right track!

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Kids at this age can be pretty picky about the foods they consume. As they progress through elementary school, they need consistent help learning about nutrition and being encouraged to try new things, both at home and in the classroom. Use Active Eating to expand their horizons!

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Young children need to eat from a variety of food groupings so they get all the necessary vitamins and nutrients for healthy bone, muscle, and brain development. Active Eating includes many fun activities to introduce these concepts to your students.

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Healthy food is fuel for the body! Active Eating challenges kids to consider their eating habits through positive reinforcement.

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Over half of the TV commercials aimed at children encourage unhealthy food choices like candy, soda, fast food, and sugary cereals. We need to fight against these marketing campaigns by promoting dynamic physical activities and teaching nutrition in engaging ways.

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As children approach middle school, they are more likely to begin preparing some of their own meals and snacks. Active Eating includes many suggestions for helping kids think about healthy foods and how they can prepare them.

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One in five young adults eats fast food over three times a week. Use Active Eating to show pre-teens the importance of healthy meals and snacks.

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The onset of adolescence creates added nutritional needs and is an important time for cementing healthy eating habits. Use Active Eating to prevent harmful and erratic eating habits which are becoming increasingly common among adolescents.

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Addressing nutrition with your 8th graders is a must. Overweight teenagers have an 80% chance of becoming overweight adults, and over 90% of American high schools have vending machines stocked with unhealthy food and soft drinks. Use Active Eating to provide adolescents with the information they need to make healthy choices now, throughout high school and beyond.

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