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I've split the bilingual food groups mini-unit into separate units for English and Spanish. This Spanish-language version is somewhat different from the English-language version, but I hope you'll find it just as thorough.
This unit includes the following resources:
* A page-sized mini-poster for each food group, including the "extra" foods group. Each mini-poster shows examples of foods in the group and explains why we need (or don't need) to eat foods from that group.
* Reproducible award ribbons for the teacher to print out for the students to color after the unit is completed (There are two ribbons.)
* Seven task cards for individual or group work
* Printable flash cards that can be used as part of a sorting activity, a question-response class activity, with the task cards, or with the game included
* A simple nutrition game, including board, instructions and cards to use
* A "Let's Graph Our Favorite Food Groups!" class activity. Students poll their classmates and then tally the answers on the graph page provided. The teacher may expand this by asking questions about the graphs.
* A cut-and-paste worksheet for students to build a healthy meal. One "extra" food is included so that the teacher can gauge understanding.