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The Food Pyramid. By: Katrina Harvey. Table of Contents. TEKS Unit and Essential Questions Grains Vegetables Fruit Milk Meat and Beans Oils Serving sizes References. TEKS for 3rd Grade.

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the food pyramid

The Food Pyramid

By: Katrina Harvey

table of contents
Table of Contents
  • TEKS
  • Unit and Essential Questions
  • Grains
  • Vegetables
  • Fruit
  • Milk
  • Meat and Beans
  • Oils
  • Serving sizes
  • References
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TEKS for 3rd Grade

(1)  Health behaviors. The student explains ways to enhance and maintain health throughout the life span. The student is expected to:

(A)  explain how personal-health habits affect self and others;

(D)  describe food combinations in a balanced diet such as a food pyramid;

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Questions

Unit Question:

What are the 6 different groups of the food pyramid??

Essential Question:

How important is it to follow the food pyramid daily and intake the correct amount of servings of each group???

grains
Grains
  • Oatmeal
  • Brown rice
  • Whole wheat flour
  • You need a source of grains in your everyday eating.
vegetables
Vegetables
  • Vary your veggies
  • Any kind of veggies are good. Fresh, dry, frozen, or canned vegetables.
  • 100% Vegetable Juice

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fruits
Fruits
  • Any fruits are good for you to have everyday.
  • You can also have 100% fruit juice.
  • Examples: Bananas, Kiwis, Grapes, etc.
  • Focus on Fruit!!
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Milk
  • All Milk products
  • Cheese, Milk, yogurt
  • Should be low fat of fat free
meat and beans
Meat and Beans
  • Meat should be lean or low fat
  • This category includes dry beans, eggs, nuts, and seeds.
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Oils
  • Canola oil, corn oil, olive oil, etc.
  • Some foods are high in oils already.
  • Examples of foods with oils in them.

nuts

olives

some fish

avocados

serving sizes there are different serving sizes for each person
9 year old girl

Grains- 6 ounces

Vegetables- 2.5 cups

Fruit- 1.5 cups

Milk- 3 cups

Meat & Beans- 5 ounces

9 year old boy

Grains- 6 ounces

Vegetables- 2.5 cups

Fruit- 2 cups

Milk- 3 cups

Meat & Beans- 5.5 ounces

Serving SizesThere are different serving sizes for each person.
reference page
Reference Page
  • http://www.Mypyramid.gov
  • http://www.mypyramid.gov/kids/kids
  • http://www.freefoto.com- picture on slide 3