To encourage healthy and happy students, I have used these worksheets every year in my classroom. Included are 5 worksheets that are so easy, just "print and go".
What’s On My Plate Worksheet:
This worksheet is a great visual that will help your students understand and create healthy eating habits. The place is divided into the 4 food groups; fruits, vegetables, grains, and protein. Also included is a dairy section. Have your students cut out the pictures given and paste them onto their plate, creating a healthy and complete meal.
Healthy Foods Worksheet:
Have your students explore healthy foods with this worksheet. They can choose to find healthy foods from magazines or use the healthy food clipart that is provided. Your students are required to cut and paste health foods into the correct column/categories; fruits, vegetables, grains, protein, and dairy.
Unhealthy Foods Worksheet:
This worksheet is one of my favorites because it has become an “eye-opener” for my students. In this worksheet, students will learn which foods are high in sugar and high in fat. Have your students color the high sugar foods in red and the high-fat foods in yellow.
Foods To Try Worksheet:
One of the best ways for students to remain healthy is by having them taste new foods. This worksheet will do just that. Included is a table of 16 different fruits and vegetables that your students can try at home. They can check off the foods that they have tried and tell whether they liked them or not.
Active Life Worksheet:
Another key component to remaining healthy is living an active life. Here in this worksheets, students discover how sports can help them to live a healthy life. Have your students complete the box provided with active things that they like to do such as riding a bike or playing a sport. They can draw or cut and paste the clipart provided.
What’s a Fruit…Vegetable:
Many children do not know if they are eating a fruit or a vegetable. This worksheet helps them to determine them to match the word to the picture. Provided in both colored and blackline versions.
Colored pictures provided for “What’s On My Plate” Worksheet are
Black-Line pictures provided for “Healthy Foods” Worksheet are :
Colored pictures provided for “Active Life” Worksheet are:
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