Students will define hustle, physical activity and variety. They will identify ways to work physical activity into their day. Also they will categorize different healthy snacks into the appropriate food groups.
What sports do you like to play when choosing to be active? Do you make healthy choices for snacks?
Other Instructional Materials or Notes:
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A projector for the teacher to show a video
A device for each student/group of students with google documents
- N-1.1.1 Identify the food groups.
- N-1.1.5 List ways to be physically active every day.
- N-2.1.1 Identify eating behaviors that promote health, including oral health.
- N-2.1.2 Identify physical activities that promote the key components of health-related fitness.
- N-3.1.2 Use the current federal Dietary Guidelines for Americans to identify the number of servings from each food group that children need daily.
- N-3.1.5 Explain ways to be physically active daily and limit screen time.
- N-3.1.6 Explain health-related fitness and skill-related fitness.
- N-2.3.1 Locate places where children and families can be physically active.
- N-2.6.1 Set a goal to eat the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables every day.
- N-2.6.2 Set a goal to participate regularly in active play and enjoyable physical activities.
- N-2.7.1 Demonstrate healthy food and beverage choices for meals and snacks.
- N-4.8.1 Advocate for others to eat healthy foods and to engage in regular physical activity.
- N-3.6.2 Develop a goal to choose healthy foods and beverages, reduce screen time, and be physically active.
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