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  1. Nutrition For Kids Hi Guys! My name is Andy and I’ll be your guide for this fun learning experience!! Click to Start

  2. What do all the buttons mean? Click to try When you want to go back to the “Choose Your Study Area” click on this button When you want to go back to the previous slide, click this button When you want to go on to the next slide, click this button

  3. Choose Your Study Area Click on any option below The Food Pyramid What Food Goes Where Take The Quiz What do I want to learn about?

  4. The Food Pyramid To be able to eat a nutritious meal you must know what foods are in each group and how much of each food group you should eat. By knowing this information you can pick foods that will keep you healthy and in good shape! I love the food pyramid!!!

  5. The Food Pyramid Here are the directions Have fun! • Click on a level of the Food Pyramid • and it will give a a brief description of that group • When you want to go back to the Food Pyramid to select another group click :

  6. Food Pyramid Click on a level of the pyramid Fats, Oils, and Sweets Milk Group Diary Group Meat and Beans Group Vegetable Group Fruit Group Vegetable Group Grain Group Grain Group

  7. Grain Group What Foods Make Up the Grain Group? Any food made from rice, oats, cornmeal, barley, or other grains make up this group. Why Eat Grains? • Helps build strong muscles • Great source of Vitamin B and iron • Helps the body release energy You choose grains!!

  8. Grain Group How Much Should You Eat? • Children 4-8 years old should eat about 4-5 ounces daily • Girls 9-13 should eat about 5 ounces daily • Boys 9-13 should eat about 6 ounces daily What Counts as an Ounce? • 1 slice of bread • 1 cup of cereal • ½ cups of rice or pasta

  9. Grain Group What do you think? Click on the picture of food from the Grain Group

  10. Grain Group Correct!!

  11. Grain Group Opps! That is Incorrect Click the BACK button to try again.

  12. Fruit Group You choose Fruit!! What Foods Make Up the Fruit Group? Any fruit or 100% fruit juice makes up the Fruit Group. Why Eat Fruits? • Important source of Potassium and Vitamin D • Keep teeth and gums healthy • Helps heal cuts and wounds

  13. Fruit Group How Much Should You Eat? • Children 4-8 years old should eat 1-1 ½ cups daily • Girls and boys should ages 9-13 should eat 1 ½ cups daily What Counts as an Ounce? • 1 cup of Fruit • 1 cup 100% Fruit Juice

  14. Fruit Group What do you think? Click on the picture of food from the Fruit Group

  15. Fruit Group Correct!!

  16. Fruit Group Opps! That is Incorrect Click the BACK button to try again.

  17. Vegetable Group What Group Make Up the Vegetable Group? Any vegetable or 100% vegetable juice counts as a member of the vegetable group. Why Eat Vegetables? • Important source of Vitamin A,C, and E • Keeps eyes and skin healthy • Keeps you at a healthy blood pressure You choose Vegetables!

  18. Vegetable Group How Much Should You Eat? • Children 4-8 years old should eat 1 ½ cups daily • Girls ages 9-13 should eat 2 cups daily • Boys ages 9-13 should eat 2 ½ cups daily What Counts As A Cup • 1 cup raw or cooked vegetables • 1 cup vegetables juice

  19. Vegetable Group What do you think? Click on the picture of food from the Vegetable Group

  20. Vegetable Group Correct!!

  21. Vegetable Group Opps! That is Incorrect Click the BACK button to try again.

  22. Diary Group You choose Dairy! What Foods Make Up The Dairy Group? All fluid milk products and many foods made from milk are considered part of this food group. Why Eat Dairy Products? • Calcium used for building strong bones and teeth • Build Bone Mass

  23. Diary Group How Much Should You Eat? • Children 4-8 years old should have 2 cups of diary daily • Girls and boys ages 9-13 should have 3 cups of dairy daily What Counts As A Cup? • 1 cup milk or yogurt • 1 ½ ounces of cheese

  24. Diary Group What do you think? Click on the picture of food from the Dairy Group

  25. Dairy Group Correct!!

  26. Dairy Group Opps! That is Incorrect Click the BACK button to try again.

  27. Meat and Beans Group What Foods Make Up The Meat and Beans Group? All foods made from meat, poultry, fish, dry beans or peas, eggs, nuts and seed make up this group. Why Eat Meat and Beans? • Important for Protein, Vitamin E, and Iron • Building block for bone, muscle, skin, cartilage, and blood • Helps release energy You choose Meat and Beans!

  28. Meat and Beans Group How Much Should You Eat? • Children 4-8 years old should eat 3-4 ounces daily • Girls and boys ages 9-13 should eat 5 ounces daily What Counts As A Ounce? • 1 egg • 1 tablespoon of peanut butter • 1 ounce meat or fish

  29. Meat and Bean Group What do you think? Click on the picture of food from the Meat and Bean Group

  30. Meat and Bean Group Correct!!

  31. Meat and Bean Group Opps! That is Incorrect! Click the BACK button to try again.

  32. Oils, Fats, and Sweets What Foods Make Up The Oils, Fats, and Sweets Group? All foods the contain solid fats, oils for flavoring, or regular oils. Why Eat Oils, Fats, and Sweets? Oils, fats, and sweets should be eaten sparingly, but are essential fatty acids. You choose Oils, Fats, and Sweets

  33. Oils, Fats, and Sweets How Much Should You Eat? • Children 4-8 years old should have 4 teaspoons daily • Girls and boys ages 9-13 should have 5 teaspoons daily What Counts As A Teaspoon? • 1 tablespoon butter • 1 tablespoon of peanut butter • 1 ounce sunflower seeds

  34. Oils, Fats, and Sweets What do you think? Click on the picture of food from the Oils, Fats, and Sweet Group

  35. Fats, Oils, and Sweets Correct!!

  36. Fats, Oils, and Sweets Opps! That is Incorrect Click the BACK button to try again.

  37. What Food Goes Where? II can’t wait to get started!

  38. What Food Goes Where? Here are the directions! Mary and Claire both brought healthy lunches to school. Click on a food item from Mary’s lunch, then Claire’s to see what food group it comes from. Click to return to their lunches. Mary Claire

  39. What Food Goes Where? Click on a food item! Mary • Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich (on white bread) • White Milk (2%) • Carrots • Chocolate Chip cookie Yummy!

  40. Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich It covers 3 food groups! • The bread would be from the Grain Group. • The peanut butter would be from the Meat and Beans Group. • The jelly would be from the Oils, Fats, and Sugars Group.

  41. White Milk I love my Milk!! White Milk would be in the Dairy Group.

  42. Carrots Carrots sound really yummy! Carrots belong in to the Vegetable Group.

  43. Chocolate Chip Cookie Chocolate Chip Cookies would be in the Fats, Oils, and Sweets Group. Yummy in my tummy!

  44. What Food Goes Where? Click on a Food item! Claire • Cheeseburger (White bread, cheese, tomato, and lettuce) • White Milk (2%) • Pretzels • Apple Yummy!!

  45. Cheeseburger This has 4 food groups! • The bun would be from the Grain Group • The meat patty would be from the Meat and Beans Group • The tomato and lettuce would be from the Vegetable Group • The cheese would be from the Dairy Group

  46. White Milk I’ll have strong bones now! White Milk would be in the Dairy Group.

  47. Pretzels Pretzels are the Best! Pretzels would be in the Grain Group.

  48. Apple An apple a day keeps The doctor away! An apple would belong in the Fruit Group.

  49. Time to See what you know! Quiz Time

  50. Quiz Time Here are the directions! • When you get an answer correct click on the NEXT button to go on to the next question • If you get the answer incorrect you can either click the BACK button to return to the same question or click NEXT to go on to the next question BACK NEXT