Create engaging shopping activities with Flipp.
Hello everyone! If you haven’t heard about or used Google Forms, you are missing out on something awesome. Don’t get it confused, google forms isn’t just for creating forms. For a quick introduction, check out my Google Forms Prezi below. Now that you know a little bit about Google Forms,[Read more]
WebQuests are great interactive lessons to do in your classroom! They allow you to present interactive lessons that can be differentiated for the individual learner. They can be created on all sorts of topics and be as elaborate or as simple as you would like. They are even a great[Read more]
Check out this interesting video that you can share with your class titled “Why Do We Cook” . Great video to help introduce your food course especially when covering the standard related to the why do we eat, what influences our food choices and quality of diet. Even if you have already[Read more]
Happy New Year everyone! I for one am excited about the new year. Please excuse my time off. This time, I’m not going to tell you what I am going to do, I’m just going to show you 🙂 (one of my new years goals!!!). To kick things off, I’m[Read more]
Nutrition for health challenges.
Check out this fun and easy project for learning about household appliances. It involves basic research, writing and creativity. It’s also a great way to decorate your classroom. Check out the project below. Want the full project? Kitchen Appliance project
Here is a new take on the infamous food diary activity. This activity makes it a little more real because sometimes it really is hard for us to remember what we actually ate throughout the day and definitely the day before. Download the project below: What’s In Your Bag?[Read more]
Here is a new lesson for teaching about kitchen appliances and utensils. Check out some of the resources below. For the Kitchen PowerPoint Presentation Kitchen Utensil Label worksheet Kitchen Utensil Small Scavenger Hunt Kitchen Utensils (I’ve even included all the images for the kitchen[Read more]
I first posted about Fooducate in 2012 in my 31 Days of Technology Posts! However, my has it changed! In addition to the information shared below in the original post, it also contains: A blog with great articles that can be used to extend lessons in the classroom Fun Nutrition[Read more]