Eat Well & Keep Moving: An Interdisciplinary Curriculum for Teaching Upper Elementary School Nutrition and Physical Activity

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Human Kinetics, 2001 - Education - 481 pages
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This book presents an interdisciplinary nutrition and physical activity curriculum aimed at building lifelong health habits in upper elementary school students.The book focuses on classroom lessons, but it can also be used to reinforce healthy practices in the cafeteria, gymnasium, home, and community. This compete resource includes everything you need to teach students about nutrition and fitness in a classroom setting or to launch an effective schoolwide program. The program includes 44 lesson plans and micro-units; a CD-ROM that makes it easy to customize and print out lessons, units, and worksheets and contains how-tos for promoting the program in your school and community; fun and engaging schoolwide campaigns to encourage kids to walk, watch less V, and eat more fruits and vegetables; and plenty of reproducibles. This program is a proven approach to pulling everyone together- teachers, food service staff, principals, and parents- to ensure students develop healthful habits early and stick with them throughout their lives.

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