Nutrition for Students is Fun

Whether you are grabbing breakfast before school or choosing a snack after sports practice, now is time to start learning to make healthy choices. Your body needs nutritious foods to grow and stay healthy, so make sure you take care of your body by eating the right food and getting plenty of exercise. Your body and brain need healthy fuel to perform, to learn, to grow and to ward off illness and disease. You will look better, feel better and do better in school and at play.

Develop the healthy eating habits today that will last you a lifetime. Eat a balanced diet from each of the 5 groups everyday... Grains, Vegetables, Fruits, Milk and Meat & Beans... and go light on the junk!


MyPlate Matching Game

Food Heros

Best Bones Forever

Create your very own pizza

Smash your food

Zis Boom Bah!
   
 
   

 


 

 

Activities to Print and Try

   


                        MyPlate Maze

MyPlate Maze Answer Key


                        MyPlate Secret Code

MyPlate Secret Code Answer Key


                         

MyPlate coloring Page (English)

MyPlate coloring page (Spanish)


                 

Recipes from the White House Jr. Cheff

 

 

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