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    School Summary Healthy Choices PLAY PAUSE STOP Try your best to make the healthiest choices in each of the scenarios Scenario 1 Playing Outside PLAY PAUSE STOP You ve been playing outside at recess and you ve been very active When you go back into the school you feel thirsty Select the 2 items in the picture that you think will help to quench your thirst Nice choice Water is a healthy choice when you re feeling thirsty When you feel thirsty popcorn won t help Popcorn doesn t quench your thirst because it doesn t contain water Nice choice Watermelon is a healthy choice when you re feeling thirsty because watermelon contains a lot of water Scenario 2 Breakfast PLAY PAUSE STOP Breakfast is the fuel that helps your body start the day with energy A healthy breakfast includes items from the Vegetables and Fruit Milk and Alternatives and Grain Products Food Groups You can choose what you ll eat and drink for breakfast this morning Select the 2 plates that you think are the healthiest choices Nice choice This is a healthy choice because it includes three food groups from Canada s Food Guide Cereal is from the Grain Products food group milk is from the Milk and Alternatives food group and bananas are from the Vegetables and Fruit food group Nice choice This is a healthy choice because it includes three food groups from Canada s Food Guide Toast is from the Grain Products food group orange juice is from the Vegetables and Fruit food group and yogurt is from the Milk and Alternatives food group This is not the healthiest choice because it only has two food groups from Canada s Food Guide Bagel is from the Grain Products food group and 100 fruit juice is

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/module/module1/grade1/healthy-choices (2016-02-17)
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    Nutrient Power Test Your Nutrients Knowledge Summary Grade 5 The Food Label Using the Food Label Planning a Classroom Celebration Summary Grade 6 Influences on Healthy Eating Case Studies Your Personal Guidelines for Healthy Eating Summary Grade 7 Classifying Food and Beverages Trans Fat Classifying Food and Beverages Categories Understanding the 80 20 Rule Summary Grade 8 Using the Nutrition Standards Apply the 80 20 Rule Identify Safe Practices Promoting

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/module/module1/grade1/grade1-summary (2016-02-17)
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    4 Know Your Nutrients Choose Your Nutrients Nutrient Power Test Your Nutrients Knowledge Summary Grade 5 The Food Label Using the Food Label Planning a Classroom Celebration Summary Grade 6 Influences on Healthy Eating Case Studies Your Personal Guidelines for Healthy Eating Summary Grade 7 Classifying Food and Beverages Trans Fat Classifying Food and Beverages Categories Understanding the 80 20 Rule Summary Grade 8 Using the Nutrition Standards Apply the

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/module/module1/grade2 (2016-02-17)
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    Celebration Summary Grade 6 Influences on Healthy Eating Case Studies Your Personal Guidelines for Healthy Eating Summary Grade 7 Classifying Food and Beverages Trans Fat Classifying Food and Beverages Categories Understanding the 80 20 Rule Summary Grade 8 Using the Nutrition Standards Apply the 80 20 Rule Identify Safe Practices Promoting Healthy Eating In Your School Summary Canada s Food Guide and Recommended Servings PLAY PAUSE STOP Canada s Food

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/module/module1/grade2/canadas-food-guide-and-recommended-servi (2016-02-17)
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    Planning a Classroom Celebration Summary Grade 6 Influences on Healthy Eating Case Studies Your Personal Guidelines for Healthy Eating Summary Grade 7 Classifying Food and Beverages Trans Fat Classifying Food and Beverages Categories Understanding the 80 20 Rule Summary Grade 8 Using the Nutrition Standards Apply the 80 20 Rule Identify Safe Practices Promoting Healthy Eating In Your School Summary Canada s Food Guide Categories PLAY PAUSE STOP Look at

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/module/module1/grade2/canadas-food-guide-categories (2016-02-17)
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    Am I Making Healthy Choices Summary Grade 4 Know Your Nutrients Choose Your Nutrients Nutrient Power Test Your Nutrients Knowledge Summary Grade 5 The Food Label Using the Food Label Planning a Classroom Celebration Summary Grade 6 Influences on Healthy Eating Case Studies Your Personal Guidelines for Healthy Eating Summary Grade 7 Classifying Food and Beverages Trans Fat Classifying Food and Beverages Categories Understanding the 80 20 Rule Summary Grade 8 Using the Nutrition Standards Apply the 80 20 Rule Identify Safe Practices Promoting Healthy Eating In Your School Summary Serving Size PLAY PAUSE STOP The same food and beverages can come in a wide variety of sizes In order to understand how big a serving size is we can use familiar objects to compare them to Food and beverages have different serving sizes Look at the following food and beverages Choose the object that matches one serving from the food group Food Which of these is the right serving size That s correct A baseball is around the right serving size for broccoli That s correct A baseball is around the right serving size for an apple That s correct A hockey puck is around the right serving size

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/module/module1/grade2/serving-size (2016-02-17)
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    Using the Nutrition Standards Apply the 80 20 Rule Identify Safe Practices Promoting Healthy Eating In Your School Summary Lunch Box PLAY PAUSE STOP You re helping pack a healthy lunch When you re making a choice about what to put into your lunch make sure you select 1 item from each of the 4 food groups PLAY PAUSE STOP In the lunch box below you have an apple from the Vegetables and Fruit food group and a bun from the Grain products food group Select 2 more items so you have one item from each of the four food groups in your lunch box Select Check your lunch to see how you did Carrot Sticks Milk Granola Bar Chicken Strip Check your lunch Congratulations You have chosen a lunch that includes all 4 food groups This lunch includes 3 of the 4 food groups See if you can make 1 change so your lunch will include all 4 food groups This lunch only includes 2 of the 4 food groups Try again to see if you can select 1 item from each of the 4 food groups PLAY PAUSE STOP In the lunch box below you have chicken strips

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/module/module1/grade2/lunch-box (2016-02-17)
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    Nutrients Nutrient Power Test Your Nutrients Knowledge Summary Grade 5 The Food Label Using the Food Label Planning a Classroom Celebration Summary Grade 6 Influences on Healthy Eating Case Studies Your Personal Guidelines for Healthy Eating Summary Grade 7 Classifying Food and Beverages Trans Fat Classifying Food and Beverages Categories Understanding the 80 20 Rule Summary Grade 8 Using the Nutrition Standards Apply the 80 20 Rule Identify Safe Practices

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/module/module1/grade2/grade2-summary (2016-02-17)
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