Students make and sample a Winter Salsa using fresh ingredients that are seasonal in the winter (oranges, lime, apples). An optional lesson extension includes an activity where the students measure the quantity of each ingredient and make a food label for the Winter Salsa. Students discuss seasonali
Activity in which students compare the nutrition and calorie content of food items. They will convert the serving size so that all food items can be compared more easily. Through this activity students should see that manufacturers are purposely misleading when making their serving sizes.
Food Labeling Activities for Life Skills and Autism Classroom
Print, cut out, laminate, Velcro and bind together.
Words Included: green beans, cantaloupe, watermelon, pineapple, cucumber,
blueberries, tomato, eggplant squash, onion, bell pepper, potato, apple, banana, grapes, corn, lettuce, car
It's amazing how much middle school students DON'T know about reading food labels. Students always get really "into" this activity, and it leads to great discussions about what "healthy" food really means.
In this activity, students analyze a variety of food labels for calories, carbohydrates, fa
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This lesson includes everything students should know about reading food labels and gives the formulas to figure out if a food is healthy enough to be in school vending machine.
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~Food Chains Bundle Pack~
-Includes 13 different background for your students to draw, label, and create their own food chain.
-Worksheet with questions that follow about their food chain, 2 versions to choose form to save on color ink!
-Cut and Paste food chain activity!
-Free response worksheet fo
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48 differentiated Task Cards that ask the reader to identify specific items on a nutrition fact label and basic math when calculating servings, measurements, and calories. (16 simplified, 32 advanced nutrition facts labels)
Great for small group lessons and work task bins.
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Sub Plans for Any Elementary Class 3rd-5th-★★★★Food Label Scavenger Hunt!
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This Nutrition and Healthy Living Unit contains a variety of 18 hands on and interactive activities to teach and get students excited about the importance of healthy eating and healthy living.
The learning outcomes of this unit are:
-To be able to differentiate the difference between healthy and n
Use this activity to work on understanding the information on food labels. It includes sample food labels with comprehension questions, a graphic describing the different parts of a food label, and vocabulary associated with food labels.
2 activities included! First, students use the self-checking task cards to review ecosystem concepts. The ▚ QR codes ▞ to link to labeled PHOTOS showing the correct answers! These visuals take self-checking QR codes to a whole new level of engagement and support for visual learners and ELLs as they
You will LOVE these Food Chain Activity Pennants! Print & Go with these Pennants! These Food Chain Activity Posters are perfect for a quick interactive activity to study the Food Chain/ Food Web. Your students will love studying and using these! They will be perfect to display after completion.
Use this fun & simple sorting activity to help your students learn the difference between healthy & unhealthy foods. This can be a fun center during your language arts time or can be used as a whole-group lesson! Perfect to tie into any unit on food or health in your classroom!
6 sets of food chains with 4 cards each set. All organisms are labeled. All sets include the sun. Arrows not included. Student expectation is to create a food chain for each set, using arrows to represent the energy transfer. Set also available in Spanish.
Teaching students how to read and properly understand food labels is a skill that is sadly often overlooked in the classroom. Many students have no idea what the difference between good food choice and bad food choices, calories, serving size, etc. This is the perfect download to get students accust
French Vocabulary Bundle of 3 Sketch and Label Activity Worksheets - These fun, hands-on activities are student favorites and are great for French sub plans. For each of the activities, students are instructed to sketch and label 10 or more items that are associated with the image. They enjoy the
This handout is used for a wonderful engaging health wrap up that teaches health concepts such as sodium, trans fat etc, as well as helping students learn how to make healthy choices and how to read nutritional labels. I have used this lesson with a variety of age groups including specials needs st
This American Sign Language (ASL) bundle contains multiple activities for learning and practicing food and drink signs. All activities included in this bundle are offered in a color version as well as a black and white version to save money on ink, and all have answer keys included for ease of use.
Interactive “Understanding a Food Label Flip Book”
Learning how to read a food label is an important lesson in our Healthy vs. Unhealthy Food unit. I feel that it is very important that students understand the importance of nutrition labels, and that they tell you what’s inside the food you are eat
This 19 page bundle includes a detailed lesson plan on analyzing food labels, a food labels analysis worksheet for students, a food labels Adbuster creative project, and a 13 page reference booklet on food additives.
Students think and talk about foods they like and don't like, in particular pizza toppings. They can make a list in a T chart and then design and label their own pizza with the toppings of their choice.
Worksheets and activities Included in this set:
Food group labels
What doesn’t belong in the food group worksheets
Label the food group worksheets
Match the food group
Break down ingredients in meals worksheets
Draw a plate of food to match the daily requirements
Create menu’s using the daily food
This resource is great for early learners, students with Autism and or Intellectual Disabilities and english language learners.
This goes over food labels and what the different information on packing means. It has students find the information on food labels and then identify the amount of diff
I made these for a Minion themed birthday party that I threw for a five year old (however I had fifth graders attend who had a blast as well!) These were printed out on card stock and put on blue construction paper (so that it would stand up) and placed in front of the food. Here is a list of the f
This worksheet will help students learn the parts of the FDA Nutrition Facts Food Label as they identify the amounts of particular nutrient contained within a given label. Create stations and have students rotate, have students bring in a label from home or the cafeteria, or have them prepared in ad
For independent and group work. Excellent for homework. Students need access to a variety of food labels. After introduction to nutrients and to the food label, this is a wonderful activity that students love to complete. Many will ask to complete additional sheets. It can become a competition among
This innovative, new product is sure to enhance any classroom setting. This Reading Food Labels 5 Day Unit includes: 5 Lesson Plans, 5 Introductory Activities, 5 Body of Lessons, 5 Reinforcement Activities, 5 Evaluation Tools And 5 Answer Keys. A total of 30 pages of material to meet all your classr
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Add a whole new level of engagement and support for ELLs and visual learners with these task cards for ecosystems that include matching labeled photos of prairie animals. This center challenges students read clues, determine the prairie animals being described, and record their answers. Photos are i
This worksheet can be used as a warm up, do now or reinforcement activity. Students will read about serving size and percent daily value as well as examine and answer questions on a food label.
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Students practice functional reading, by doing a silent scavenger hunt. Students bring a food label to class and practice reading by silently exchanging food labels and finding and writing down information such as "Find a product with over 10 grams of Fat."
This worksheet allows students to get a lesson about the foods they are putting into their mouth. The foods in the supermarket are getting filled more and more with GMO's and higher sugar contents in almost every food.
This worksheet just acts as the introduction to food labels. (Its a good chance
Students take an empty food package and analyze it using this creative project. This project goes along perfectly with a talk or lecture about how to read food labels.
There is a link to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, that will explain in detail how to read a food label.
Great for middl
This Physical Education and Health activity can be used in the P.E. setting as well as in the Health setting. It has been used with students at the Second through Fifth grade level and can easily be modified for older students. Students work on fitness activities, learning how to read food labels an
Are you looking for an activity that has students making food chains, food webs and food pyramids? This product has everything you need - cards, student documenting handout plus an additional handout for in class practice, homework or an assessment.
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Embrace the magic of this holiday season with these Magic Reindeer Food Labels. Simply attach these labels to your student's zipper food storage bag or brown paper sack so that they can sprinkle the magic mixture onto their lawn on Christmas Eve.
I have included several patterns and colors includi
Food Label Lab or Interactive Activity
Great activity to add to any Health, Science of Food Unit
Students will learn how to evaluate and analyze food labels as well as how to compare two foods.
Students will build their critical thinking skills while answering higher level thinking questions.
Spanish Foods Paella Sketch and Label Activity - Add some Spanish culture to your food unit! Students sketch and label 14 common paella ingredients.
Uses and ideas for this activity:
1. Use as a practice activity when Spanish foods are introduced.
2. Use as a fun speaking activity when stud
This file looks at the importance of reading food labels. Students begin by analyzing their favourite cereals by completing their graphic organizer. Students make determinations as to what is the healthiest cereals to purchase. The final activity asks students to analyze a food product from home
French Food Grocery Bag Sketch and Label Activity - Students sketch and label on the grocery bag several of their favorite foods from the grocery store.
Uses and ideas for this activity:
1. This is a great practice activity when French foods are introduced.
2. Use as a back to school review o
This activity gives the students practice reading food labels to determine if the food would be safe for individuals with various food allergies. There are two different levels. The first level has pictures for the early readers. The second level contains labels to read with no pictures.
Students sketch and label a minimum of 6 of their favorite foods on the lunch tray. The download includes 4 slightly different versions of the activity to give flexibility and allow for differentiation, plus a bilingual list of sample lunch vocabulary words. The different versions included are: