**Updated - This activity includes an additional 20 food pictures, and two more sorting sheets. ** Here is an activity for students to cut and sort good and bad / healthy and unhealthy food choices. There are 20 food pictures to sort into two columns.
Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to decorate the Cut & Collage Salad items. Cut out the bowl and each of the vegetables. On a separate piece of paper, glue your favorite vegetables to the bowl to make a healthy salad collage!
HEALTH: FREE printable materials from the USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion. If you are a school or child-care center that participates in Federal Child Nutrition Programs, additional free materials are available from USDA's Team Nutrition.
This pack includes worksheets, posters, and activities for teaching healthy foods in preschool or kindergarten. The colorful posters will grab your students' attention and make a great addition to your classroom decor or
Kids enjoy learning about eating healthy foods with our fun nutrition and food group printables- 'Kids Portions and Serving Size Tips' is a free printable handout for teaching kids about healthy portions, serving sizes, the USDA My Plate or Food Pyrami.