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★★★★★ This is an editable “For Print” curriculum created in Word and PowerPoint, AND a digital resource for BOTH GOOGLE DRIVE and MICROSOFT OFFICE USERS! ★ALL STUDENT DOCS★ for this “Nutrition Unit” are uploaded onto Google Slides and Forms. Assign Health worksheets in your Google Classroom or paperless environment using these 142 high school student worksheets, surveys, and tests created on Google Slides with fill-in text boxes! Includes 9 Google Forms. 3 Grade Level Google Slideshows with
★★★★★ This program is not only in editable print version, but now is also on Google Drive! It's 5 FULL LESSONS:"Food Label Reading" worksheet and food labels - On Google Slides"Food Label Scavenger Hunt" worksheet and food labels - On Google Slides"Grocery Store Scavenger Hunt" - On Google Slides"Vending Machine" worksheet - On Google Slides"Independent Study Food Label Reading" AND "Food Label Scavenger Hunt" STUDENT DIRECTIONS NOW ON GOOGLE DRIVE - Can be done completely independently by stu
Grades:
5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Understanding Mindfulness is the character trait lesson to help students understand what is mindfulness. Mindfulness is a strategy used to help individuals focus on where they are and what is going on around them. It's a calming strategy helpful for decreasing anxiety, reducing stress, resolving conflicts and reducing feelings of anger. Students will explore several different mindfulness techniques and decide on strategy that they can use themselves. Included a booklet students can make with
★★★★★ Have you ever had a student ask, "Is this product "healthy"? This lesson includes the formulas teens can use to answer this question-for life! ★UPDATED!★: NOW WITH NEW U.S.D.A. NEW FOOD LABEL and ON GOOGLE DRIVE! Get everything students should know about reading food labels and give students the formulas to figure out if a food is healthy enough to be in school vending machine. (If a school is classified as a "Healthy School" a product must be less than 35% fat and less than 35% sugar.) **
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
You can purchase this product with other consumer math and personal finance activities and projects in a BUNDLE:Consumer Math and Financial Literacy Activities & Projects BUNDLEUpdated to also include a Google Classroom™ version in addition to the original print-friendly version! **************************************************************************************DOWNLOADED OVER 1,000 TIMES**************************************************************************************This is a credit
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 can be easily be adapted to create class-sized portions. Cooking is an exciting, interactive way to integrate reading, math, and science. The recipe cards in this file are designed so that students can follow the step-by-step instructions while ill
**This product now contains a digital format in addition to a printable (PDF format), perfect for distance learning or paperless classrooms. This no-prep bundle includes everything you need to provide your students with real-world life skills. Designed to motivate as well as provide a "reality check" - this bundle includes a minimum wage project, a career exploration unit, and a career readiness/mock interview project. Check out our preview for a closer look! Teacher answer keys and rubrics are
Grades:
9th - 12th, Adult Education
★★★★★ This is a powerful lesson! Help your students learn how to have healthy relationships for life. This is my #2 BEST-SELLING Health Lesson!My students really like this art project and it helped them to understand the traits involved in successful relationships. All worksheets and handouts on GOOGLE SLIDES for online learning!This resource is perfect for promoting social and emotional learning (SEL).UPDATED TO 5 FULL STAND-ALONE LESSONS! Teach one lesson or all!Be sure your students know
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Motivation Small Group or Classroom Lesson Bundle is a GROWING series of lessons in the Motivation Series. There will be a total of 6 lessons in this bundle that will be great for either classroom lessons or small groups. Lessons are all ASCA aligned and contain lesson plans, activities, worksheets, posters, and everything you need to teach your students in a print and go format. These lessons are perfect to for classes that are seemingly unmotivated, study skills groups, or even career explor
This is a multi-step research project that students customize to their specific interests and goals. First, students should explore many different careers and professions (see my Career Worksheet - Research that is for sale on TPT), This project is the next step in the career readiness project. Each student will focus on one career that they want to pursue, complete with educational requirements, salary and job opportunities within that field. This resource is 7 pages: 2 pages overview of a
Posters and activities describing the consumer and producer rolls. Includes a T chart with consumer & producer tiles to cut out and sort underneath each header. Fun activity to use in teaching first and second graders the concept of producers and consumers.
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 instead of having the kids make their own. This perfect for the first day/week of school to get to know your students, and for your students to introduce themselves to their class.
This listing is for activities to be used in an interactive notebook for food safety and sanitation. This is especially helpful for students who are preparing to take a nationally recognized food safety and sanitation certification exam. There are 25 activities total that go along with all the topics for food safety and sanitation. You will get each activity in a pdf format as well as an editable word document. Most activities have the directions written on the same page as the activity. H
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 for secondary students; or edit a few questions for use with a younger crowd. Perfect as a first day/week activity. Use in a variety of ways; you make the rules!Zip File Includes:Powerpoint (for editing)PDF File
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 with 1 or more children The characters are engaged in family related activities such as reading, computers, fishing, cooking, walking, piggy back rides, hugging, etc.These images would work well for back to school open house, families, All about me, G
UPDATED TO MATCH CHOOSEMYPLATE.GOV WEBSITE CHANGES FOR November 2021.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 level. Level 1 students will explore the different MyPlate groups and what foods are in each. Some students may reach Level 2, where they will expore why these groups contribute to a healthy diet and what benefits they provide. Also includes ancho
This is a perfect classroom lesson to be used as part of an ongoing career research unit. This lesson focuses on goal setting, identifying personal interests and learning about our multiple intelligences. I used this lesson after students had taken an interest inventory and before they begin their career research. It is also great as a stand alone lesson if you are talking to students about goal setting, defining success, and helping them to understand their own unique gifts. This lesson c
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 chicken, cheeseburger, fast food girl and boy and word art sign. 37 images (14 in color and the same 14 in B&W) This set can also be purchased as part of the DINING OUT CLIP ART MEGA BUNDLE This set contains all of the images shown. Images s
Get your students organized with the Child Development Interactive Student Notebook! Not only will your students be able to organize all their notes, assignments and handouts but their notebooks can be used to review for exams and as a portfolio. Interactive notebooks have been proven to increase students' comprehension, reading skills, and test scores. Make child development personal by helping students apply what they are learning to their own life experiences and future desires. This 56 page
Kitchen Basics is part of Susan Traugh’s Daily Living Skills series offering transitional skills for mild-to-moderately affected special needs students and general education students alike. This workbook serves as both a traditional print version and an interactive version using Adobe Acrobat Reader. This is a revised edition.Written on a 3rd/4th grade level with airy-pages and bullet-point information for easy independent study, these books, nevertheless, respect teens’ maturity and humor whil
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 WeightMeasuring by VolumeHow to Measure Dry IngredientsHow to Measure Liquid IngredientsHow to Measure Solid FatsChanging Recipe Yields w/an example of how to do soThis powerpoint is also a classflow lesson! In the classflow lesson there is a beginning activity, two polls, an
What Will I Be When I Grow Up?Preparing StudentsPreparing students for their future careers can be a challenge since we now know that many of the students today will be working in careers that aren’t even invented yet. I don’t consider myself all that old but still, any career that includes the Internet in any way wasn’t an idea even conceived of yet as I was learning about possible careers in school. If you’d like more information about how life has and will continue to change, and the rate thi
Product DescriptionDoing the Laundry from Susan Traugh's Daily Living Skills workbooks helps students with special needs understand the life skill of how to sort, spot, wash, dry, and organize laundry in compliance with federal transition skills mandates. This workbook serves as both a traditional print version and an interactive version using Adobe Acrobat Reader.Doing the Laundry provides instruction in adult living skills and transitional skills for both mild-to-moderately affected special ne
This PowerPoint Presentation is an introduction to MyPlate for preschool, kindergarten, & first grade. It explains the purpose of MyPlate and each of the food groups (servings, what foods belong in each group, benefits). It also includes interactive review slides for each food group which test students' understanding by having them choose foods that belong in each food group. When a correct picture is clicked a smiley face correct symbol is shown and the food moves to the appropriate place o

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