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In this nutrition education workshop, you will be introduced to a series of age-appropriate nutrition education outcomes and activities that help achieve these outcomes. You will have a chance to learn about strategies and resources to use with elementary school students. Workshops are free of charge and participants will receive a kit of nutrition education activities and resources. A brief article related to this topic can be downloaded below. (1.5-3 hours - 3 hours is recommended)

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  • Hi,  I just wanted to let you know how I used my food grant this year.  I did some tastings with my gr.2 class.  I was surprised how adventurous some were but there were also those who wouldn&... more

    Hi,  I just wanted to let you know how I used my food grant this year.  I did some tastings with my gr.2 class.  I was surprised how adventurous some were but there were also those who wouldn’t try anything except what they’d had at home.  We wrote about our tasting experiences - What I discovered both pos and neg., what I think my family would like to try, my favorites etc.  Even parents came to me saying how much the kids enjoyed it.
    Fruit and Vegetable tasting - for this I chose things I didn’t think most children had tried.  We tried to identify kale, ginger root, jicama, avocado, pomelo, papaya,and dragon fruit.

    Milk and Alt. / Grains: chocolate soy milk and goat cheese on 7 grain pita crackers.

    Milk and Alt/ Grains/ fruit: vanilla yogurt parfaits with granola and fresh sliced strawberries.

    They were curious about tofu and lentils so I’ll try that next for Meat and Alt.

    Thanks so much for helping me to make nutirion education so much fun!  I would be happy to do this again next year.
    We were having so much fun at the tastings that I forgot to take pictures.

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