Health Nutrition Lesson: Food Label Scavenger Hunt - 42 Food Labels to Read! This is my best selling lesson! This product is also the #1 best selling "NUTRITION" lesson on
Cooking with Fairy Tales is a collection of 15 different recipes designed to accompany the study of popular fairy tales in the classroom. All recipes are kid friendly and can be created with the help of an adult. Most are single serving, but all
Posters describing the consumer and producer rolls. Plus a T chart with tiles to cut out and sort underneath each one. Fun simple activity to use in teaching first graders the concept of producers and consumers.
This 30 piece family clip art set has 15 unique images in color and line art. While there 15 different images there are actually 37 unique characters. 5 moms (1 bi-racial) 5 dads (1 bi-racial) 2 grandmothers 2 grandfathers 1 baby with dog Each
Food Label Reading Lesson FREE!: "Is This Product Healthy?" ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Ever had a student ask, "Is this product "healthy?"
If you are teaching economics to first graders, this is the game for you! Relaying Goods and Services will not only help students understand economics in our world but also give them lots of physical activity! This relay game helps students
Help your students learn how to have healthy relationships for life! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My students liked this art project and I think it really helped them to understand the traits
Fun personal finance enrichment project for 4th and 5th graders! Students become financial planners for famous people! They will use the templates provided to create budgets, investment plans and even a replica paycheck with deductions for their
Appetizers is a book of bell ringer activities useful for getting your classes started and sparking your students' interest about the day's lesson. All activities take about 5-10 minutes to complete. This product contains activities relevant to
Like what you see? Doing Laundry is part of Susan Traugh's Daily Living Skills workbook series offering transitional skills for special needs and general education students alike. Written on a high third grade level, with airy-pages and
Health Lesson: Fast Food - A Fun Healthy Versus Unhealthy Poster Project. This lesson is in my "Top Favorite Lessons Series." Students have so much fun with this informative restaurant
This activity is meant for a middle or high school Family and Consumer Science culinary arts, restaurant management or foods class. The product includes a 4 slide powerpoint introducing the activity and an activity sheet if you choose to use it
UPDATED TO MATCH CHOOSEMYPLATE.GOV WEBSITE CHANGES FOR MAY 2016. Students will use this webquest to explore the USDA's choosemyplate.gov website. It is differentiated; students will progress through levels 1-3 at their own pace according to ability
One of my favorite and most worthwhile activities! Wonderful document for recording family facts and memories. This is a culture assignment that will be treasured for who knows how long. I hand out as extra credit, but I strongly encourage their
The Cooking Doodles set includes these BW and full-color PNG images: spoon (metal and wooden), fork, butter knife, sharp knife, whisk, spatula, ladle, rolling pin, measuring spoon, measuring cup, collander, bowl, fry pan, oven mitt, muffin tin,
This is a history of pizza article with article questions (14 questions). This can be used in a high school family and consumer science food course or culinary arts course.
This is a foods around the world project meant for a family and consumer science foods course of culinary arts 1 course. In the zipped file you will find a pdf of the rubric (as well as it in word so you can edit it) and a country sign up list.
This 19 slide powerpoint briefly discusses measuring in the kitchen. It is meant for use in a family and consumer science culinary arts class or foods course. This powerpoint touches on the following subjects: Measuring by Weight Measuring by
Do you have a classroom economy??? If so, add a fun and real life element to it by providing your students with PAYCHECKS for the classroom jobs they complete. These paychecks will take out taxes (just like in real life) and the overall looks
Economics - Balancing a Budget. Think your students know how much money it costs to have the things they have at home? If you teach Economics at the middle level or high school level then this is an activity that really opens the eyes of your
A Cooking and Reading activity on how to read a recipe. A breakdown of what are the parts to a recipe, a reading recipe worksheet and a write your own recipe worksheet is included in this activity. See more Kids Cooking Worksheets: Learning about
This powerpoint looks at meat in depth. The material is meant for a high school culinary arts course. The following topics are covered: Meat Composition: muscle, connective tissue, fat Marbling Aging Rigor Mortis Dry Aging Wet Aging Inspection
This Common Core and VA SOL-aligned activity has students practicing writing numbers in word form using a real-life check. There are 24 task cards in this activity, along with two "checks." Students will have the opportunity to fill in the name,
This is a simple worksheet that can be completed after a lesson on how to read Nutrition Labels. See my Powerpoint lesson on Nutrition Labels - How to Read (A Powerpoint Lesson) at this link
This is a collection of fast food clip graphics. The images in this set include fast food cashier, chef cooking burgers, restaurant front, drive thru signs, mustard and ketchup, diners eating, fast food counter, hotdog, fries, soft drink, bucket of
Manners Unit for teenagers. No textbook needed. A book is recommended for use, but isn't required. Bellringers, critical thinking questions, ten internet quizzes, internet resource site, a cooperative learning activity, and a presentation guide
This powerpoint and lab idea bundle is meant for a high school culinary arts or family and consumer science food course. The 22 slide powerpoint goes over the following topics: What makes a good cookie Flavor Texture Appearance Cookie Quality
Are you looking for a modern updated copy of tools in the kitchen? This is a professional looking worksheet to introduce students to tools used in the kitchen. There are 24 tools on this sheet for them to identify. There is also an answer key
This Powerpoint will help you guide students through the exploration of the six essential nutrients: protein, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and water. Students will learn why each of these nutrients is important, different types, and what
This worksheet will help students practice reading a recipe. It can also be used as a pre-assessment at the start of a unit, or as a post-assessment to gauge understanding. Students will be able to read a recipe, extract important information from
This PowerPoint Presentation is an introduction to MyPlate for preschool, kindergarten, & first grade. It explains the purpose of MyPlate, each of the food groups (servings, what foods belong in each group, benefits), and includes interactive
Spice up your classroom with eye-catching borders! This file contains 5 different COOKING themed bulletin board borders. The set will help you set a cohesive theme to your classroom whether it is for the year or for a thematic unit. These borders
This vegetable unit bundle is meant for a high school culinary arts course. The bundle includes the following: -Powerpoint- a 61 slide in depth look at vegetables -Notes- 4 page fill in the blank note sheet for students to take notes during
A great way to get to know your high school students! This school appropriate PowerPoint includes 30 "Would You Rather" questions that are great conversation starters. Perfect as a first day/week activity. Use in a variety of ways; you make the
A fun project-based learning activity to use with ANY piece of literature! Great for: *Book projects *End-of-novel projects *Creativity boosters *Emergency sub day activity *Collaboration with Home Economics classes This lesson includes two
Included in this download you will find 7 differentiated activities that you can give your students to choose from as a review of the content learned while studying 1 to 3 year olds. I used these in my Child Development classroom with great
A worksheet that provides written instructions on how to sew 4 basic stiches; overcast stitch, running stitch, backstitch, and hemming stitch. It also provides areas for students to practice each stitch using needle and thread on the worksheet.
This powerpoint looks at stocks and sauces in depth. It is meant for a high school culinary arts 1 course. The powerpoint covers the following topics: Stock- basic stock ingredients, nutritive ingredients, gelatin, bones, time, aromatic
A goal of many people is to become a mother or father someday. This is a big decision and require a lot of thinking and planning. This lesson will let one discover how much it will cost to raise a child for one year and how to budget correctly for
This 21 slide power point briefly goes over the types of knives used in a culinary kitchen. It is meant to be used in a FCS culinary arts or foods course. I use this powerpoint in combination with a video that goes over knife cuts. The knives
This is an activity for FCS culinary arts or foods course that introduces cooking methods to students. It includes 21 terms and definition cards that should be printed and laminated. To play the activity the you pass out the definitions and terms
This is my very first " unit study" This is a unit all about Nutrition. There are 5 full color nutritional tips to share with your class. Worksheets reinforcing the following skills: * Number Recognition * Object Counting * Letter Recognition *
This project is designed to provide your students with a glimpse of what it is like to be an adult. They will have a career and earn money every day. During the simulation the students are treated as adults; they have responsibilities, such as
Great opportunity to teach informational text focusing on schedules that we use in our everyday lives. Detailed lessons about interpreting schedules. This unit provides lessons on movie, television, bus, school amusement park and work schedules.
This worksheet can be used as a quick pre-assessment, practice exercise, or a formative assessment. It features a sample food label, and requires students to use their informational text reading skills to answer questions about nutritional content
This powerpoint is actually a group of activities for your class to do. There are 4 activities that you have the students do that makes them see "life through the eyes of a toddler" and then they will reflect on what they did. The material is
This zipped (compressed) folder has over 120 recipes that are split into categories (appetizers, beef & pork dishes, breads and other bakes, breakfast dishes, chicken dishes, desserts (that has sub folders inside of the main folder), drinks,
Use this engaging powerpoint to teach an introductory lesson about the USDA MyPlate Food Guide, even including a Do Now! Students will learn about the evolution of MyPlate from the Food Guide Pyramid to MyPyramid, to MyPlate in 2011. Stimulate
FAMILY CLIP ART for PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL USE! 115 IMAGES! 79 images in color and 36 in black and white! Perfect for an "All about me"unit. I have temporarily marked all my listings down to just $1.50 or less as part of a feedback challenge!
Child Observation Projects Packet provides printable observation projects for high school students. Three observation projects are included: Newborn/Infant Observation Toddler Observation 4-6 Year Old Observation Students must collect details
This powerpoint, Family Structures, is meant to be used in a Family and Consumer Science course such as Interpersonal Studies or Individual and Family Life. This powerpoint includes the following topics: A family structure tells: 5 Basic Family
Having taught Foods for almost 20 years, I often see the same kitchen safety concerns every year! Therefore, I have created individual scenarios that lead to a good class discussion or role playing (safely!), that will help students understand and