Nutrition Food Label Health Lesson Scavenger Hunt: A Google Drive Resource

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5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool
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42 pages
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Description

★★★★★ 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 students!

  • "Cancer Warning Signs" and "Family Medical History Homework" On Google Slides

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CHOOSE: Independent Study Version or You Teach and Send Students Worksheets Version:

Teachers can literally send the 3 GOOGLE DRIVE links in this lesson and it can completely be done students by at home. Includes step-by-step visual "PowerPoint Student Directions" in a Google PDF, and 2 fill-in Google Slides Worksheets. Perfect for distance learning during school closures.

Or, when teaching in school, the printable version is also included (and Google Drive worksheets links can still be sent to students to save paper!)

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NEW! Now includes new U.S.D.A food labels in several activities!*

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- "My students LOVED this!"

- "Awesome lesson that was self explanatory and all I had to do was to print and present the assignment to students."

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I've used this activity for years and I love it because by the end of the day students feel confident that they know how to read a food label.

This product is #1 best-selling secondary nutrition lesson on the whole TPT website!

AND, This resource is taken directly from my Full Semester/Year High School Health Curriculum, and my Middle/Junior High School Health Curriculum, which are both #1 Best-Selling Health Curriculums on TPT!

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★ The Scavenger Hunt is always a favorite with my 9th grade students!

★ FULL STEP-BY-STEP TEACHER DIRECTIONS tell you what to say and they follow PowerPoint slides that walk you through each lesson as you teach your students!

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★ This resource includes ★ 5 FULL STAND-ALONE LESSONS from my #1 Best-Selling Nutrition Unit.

Teach it from 1 to 5 days - it's up to you!

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★ALL FUTURE UPDATES ARE INCLUDED!! All new lessons, activities, and any changes that I create for this unit are FREE!! Simply go to your "My Purchases" folder and download anytime!

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Students will learn these truths about calories:

- That Costco pizza has 444 more calories than a Costco hot dog!

- That a large chocolate shake has 840 calories!

- Just because Cherry Twizzlers don't have fat, if you eat 20 of them it's 600 calories!

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Here is what is included:

★ 63 pages of step-by-step teacher directions

★ A 95-Slide PowerPoint that walks you through the lessons

★ 10 Printable Documents (Or get "Food Label Worksheet" DIRECTIONS and LABELS now also on Google Drive!)

★ Printable copies of State, National, and Common Core Standards. (All 8 National Standards, 5 State Standards, and 4 Common Core Standards are met in this resource!)

★ Learning Targets

-Explanation

-Printable posters for each lesson

-“Success Criteria Sheet” for students to copy target at beginning of class, and answer questions at the end of class

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Day 1: PRE-LESSON - FOOD LABEL READING (Directions and Worksheet on Google Docs!)

-How to read a food label

-Media Literacy: Deceptive packaging, unrealistic serving sizes and servings per container...

-Real food container examples!

-Grocery Store Savvy and product manipulation

-“How to Read a Food Label Activity” ★NEW! Now with new U.S.D.A food labels!

-Healthy Schools Information (National Association of State Board of Education Policy Database)

-How to tell if a product is “healthy”

-Food label reading video

-“How to Read a Food Label Worksheet” ★NEW! Now with new U.S.D.A food labels!

Day 2: FOOD LABEL SCAVENGER HUNT LESSON (Directions and Worksheet on Google Slides!) New labels edited to match U.S.D.A food labels!*

-For the "Food Label Scavenger Hunt" students will read food labels from these 5 categories:

MAIN MEALS

BEVERAGES

BREAKFAST

DESSERTS

SNACKS

-This activity covers all the most important information on a food label and issues associated with these items:

-Calories

-Serving size

-Fat

-Saturated fat

-High blood pressure

-Sodium

-Sugar

-Comparing foods

-Teaspoons of sugar in drinks

-Protein

-The math involved in figuring total % fat, or % sugar in products

-This lesson also includes an adapted, shortened, easier version for your "Special Needs" students

-Also learn more about the new U.S.D.A Food Label

Day 3 and 4: POST LESSON - INTERACTIVE FOOD LABEL FLIP UP and VENDING MACHINE POLICE ACTIVITY (Interactive label information on Google Slides-Interactive sheet must be done with real paper!)

-Funny Fast Food Versus Reality Video

-“Interactive Food Label” activity ★NEW! Now with new U.S.D.A food labels!

-Vending Machine Policy Activity: Students analyze vending machine products to determine if they are “healthy”

-Vending Machine Worksheet – Collecting class data

Day 5: EXTRA MATERIAL – CANCER AND FAMILY MEDICAL HISTORY HOMEWORK (Cancer Information on Google Slides)

-Nutrition-related illnesses

-Research related articles

-How diet affects CANCER

-Cancer warning signs

-7 Signs of Cancer Handout

-“Dear Me” skin cancer video

-Family Medical History Parent-Teen Communicator Homework

-Cancer Quilt Project

-Illness and Nutrition Quiz

-Longevity Game

*NOTE: New labels edited to match U.S.D.A food labels! While the food labels in the "Food Label Reading" activity, the "Interactive Food Label," and many PowerPoint slides are now the NEW U.S.D.A. labels, because the U.S.D.A. food labels are so new, I was not able to find online digital copies of all the 42 labels for the products in the "Scavenger Hunt."

So, I took the time to use data from several food label databanks to edit the 42 food labels myself so they closely matched the new U.S.D.A. labels!

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Draw evidence from informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.
Compare and contrast findings presented in a text to those from other sources (including their own experiments), noting when the findings support or contradict previous explanations or accounts.
Determine the meaning of symbols, key terms, and other domain-specific words and phrases as they are used in a specific scientific or technical context relevant to grades 9–10 texts and topics.
Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.

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