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Give me a B---for Broccoli! Or Berries! Or Bananas! Students share their favorite recipes for healthy foods with classmates.
Ask students what is their favorite good-for-you food? Find out more about why it is healthy, and how nutritious foods are important as part of a stay-fit lifestyle. Then prepare to share tasty, diverse recipes for yummy dishes. This classroom banner campaign is sure to call attention to smart eating!
Cut construction paper into a large banner with Crayola Scissors. Students draw a picture, write the name of a favorite healthy food, and decorate the banner using Crayola Washable Markers.
Students use Crayola Model Magic® to mold a 3-D replica of their healthy food. Make your own colors of Model Magic by adding marker color to white modeling compound. Knead it into the desired color. Glue the replica to the banner with Crayola School Glue.
On lined paper, students write a recipe made with their healthy food. Choose one that’s a family heritage favorite or a new recipe. Students glue their recipe to the banner and share information about the food with classmates. Display the banner in the cafeteria, hallways, or other public places to inspire healthy eating!
People around the world give thanks for their food. Celebrate a harvest of pineapples, pumpkins, or pomegranates-and sho
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