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Standard N-2.7.1

N-2.7.1 Demonstrate healthy food and beverage choices for meals and snacks.

Grade(s): 2

Subject(s): Health Education

Year: 2017

Type
Portion Sizes
Portion Sizes

Lesson

At the end of this lesson, students will be able to: 1. Define the following vocabulary words portion size 2. Recognize proper portion sizes. 3. Utilize math skills to calculate proper portion sizes.

Making Half Your Grains Whole
Making Half Your Grains Whole

Lesson

At the end of this lesson, students will be able to: 1. Define the following vocabulary words: whole grain, fiber, vitamins, and minerals. 2. Recognize foods in the grain group. 3. Distinguish between...

Limit Your Salt
Limit Your Salt

Lesson

At the end of this lesson, students will be able to: 1. Define nutritious, sodium, healthy foods, snacks, high blood pressure, heart disease, and obesity. 2. Read a Nutrition Fact Label. 3. Describe...

Go Lean With Protein
Go Lean With Protein

Lesson

At the end of this lesson, students will be able to: 1. Define the following vocabulary words protein, amino acids, essential amino acids, complete protein, and incomplete proteins. 2. Describe the...

What's on Your Plate?
What's on Your Plate?

Document

A well-balanced diet includes all the things that help you grow. Print or download the What’s on your Plate activity and use it to try and have a well-balanced diet for 30 days in a row!
Vary Your Veggies
Vary Your Veggies

Lesson

Students will define vegetable, vitamin, and mineral. They will be able to identify the vegetable portion of MyPlate. They will also describe the health benefits of eating a variety of vegetables.

Where Does Your Food Grow?
Where Does Your Food Grow?

Lesson

Students will define farm, garden, orchard, farmers market, roadside stand, and grocery store. They will recognize foods come from different places.

Once Around the Clock
Once Around the Clock

Lesson

Students will define nutrients, physical activity, and replenish. They will discuss why the body needs physical activity and explain the importance of replenishing nutrients after activity.

Beans are Protein
Beans are Protein

Lesson

Students will define bean, protein and meat alternatives. They will identify different types of beans.

Fun with Fruits
Fun with Fruits

Lesson

Students can define: nutritious, energy, fruit, and healthy foods and snacks. Students will identify the fruit portion of MyPlate and identify the health benefits of eating a variety of fruits.