Mango

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An orange.

Student Application

Some things people want. Some things people must have are called needs. Needs must be met before wants.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand the difference between wants and needs. A want is anything that a person does not need, but would like to have. A need is anything that a person must have to live a comfortable, healthy, and safe life.
  2. Students will know about the many needs that humans require.

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Mango

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Mango

Student Application

Nutritious foods are full of nutrients that help our bodies grow and stay healthy. Learn how many foods are good for you and start eating them.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will learn about the new USDA MyPlate food guidelines and food groups.
  2. Students will understand the difference between healthy and unhealthy foods.
  3. Students will learn how to identify healthy foods and incorporate them into meals and snacks.
  4. Students will discover that eating he...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Plan a Menu. Ask students to use the USDA MyPlate food guidelines and lessons from the video to make a weekly menu for their families. Encourage students to consider portion sizes, servings of each food group per day, and their families dietary preferences. Ask students to share their menus with their families and report back to class. Send a note...

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Mango

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Rate Mango

Asset: Mango

Mango

Student Application

Nutritious foods are full of nutrients that help our bodies grow and stay healthy. Learn how many foods are good for you and start eating them.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will learn about the new USDA MyPlate food guidelines and food groups.
  2. Students will understand the difference between healthy and unhealthy foods.
  3. Students will learn how to identify healthy foods and incorporate them into meals and snacks.
  4. Students will discover that eating he...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Plan a Menu. Ask students to use the USDA MyPlate food guidelines and lessons from the video to make a weekly menu for their families. Encourage students to consider portion sizes, servings of each food group per day, and their families dietary preferences. Ask students to share their menus with their families and report back to class. Send a note...

    [ Signin to View ]


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