Sometimes I wonder if these projects are for the child or for the parents!
Anyway, We dutifully collected cutouts from magazines, internet printouts & newspapers to make a chart. Its half a Chart paper in size and took us over 2 hours to complete.
I nicely rolled it & packed it off with Lil p to her school 2 days before it was due for submission.
But the extra sincere girl that Lil P is, She took it to school and then did not hand it over to the teacher cos she was early and her best friend had not done hers yet!! .. and then promptly lost it in her bus on the way back home. Argh!!!
But if you are a mum like me and get a project on Eating Healthy .. here are a few more ideas
Fat food seems to be everywhere we turn and can be a lifesaver on a busy day, but making fast food a ‘go to’ solution on a regular basis is a prescription for medical problems.
Check out Page – Fast Food Nutritional Information for more details.
Print out this poster as a guide for your children. Clearly, shows what are healthy and unhealthy food options
All about “traffic light eating” and red light foods, yellow light foods, and green light foods: posters, lessons, and worksheets!
Students can describe a balanced healthy diet (Myplate) and compare it to their description of healthy soil.
Sometimes eating healthy is easier than you think! Simply swap in these 10 ingredients for 10 not-great-for-you foods, and clean eating will be a breeze.