Teach kids about healthy snack choices.
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Food is FuelAsk students to identify the fit snack choice as you progress through the slides. Refer to the Eat More, Eat Some, Eat Less food chart if needed.
Think Your Food
Explain that food is fuel for your body. What you eat and drink for meals and snacks is important! Healthy food choices give your body nutrition and energy. You can use a stoplight as a tool to help you think your snack choices.*
*Refer to the Eat More, Eat Some, Eat Less food chart for different food choices.
Check for understanding: Name some healthy snack choices.
Think Your SnackStudents plan a healthy snack using the My Healthy Snack printable.
Time: 20 Minutes
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