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This carefully constructed, well-balanced unit corresponds with the 2015 Ontario Grade 1 Health Curriculum and covers the following specific expectations:
-explain why people need food to have healthy bodies (e.g., food provides energy for the healthy growth of teeth, skin, bones, muscles, and other body components)
-describe how the food groups in Canada’s Food Guide (i.e., vegetables and fruit, grain products, milk and alternatives, meat and alternatives) can be used to make healthy food choices
-know and recognize cues to hunger, thirst, and the feeling of fullness, and explain how they can use these cues to develop healthy eating habits
This extensive resource contains everything you’ll need to teach the entire unit from beginning to end, including:
-detailed unit plans and engaging lesson plans with an easy to follow format (editable)
-creative printables and fun activities
-colourful, kid-friendly posters
-editable assessment tracking templates
-an in depth instructional strategies handbook
-PowerPoint slides for whole class instruction
-two editable end of unit summative tasks (a show what you know assignment and an oral conference)
*Note: one culminating task comes with a rubric and the other with a checklist to make marking them a breeze!
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