We will teach you how to feed your family better! You and your children will learn about:
-Planning Healthy Meals
-Cooking at A Lower Cost
-Keeping Food Safe
All adult nutrition and physical activity lessons are from the ESBA curriculum developed by Colorado State University. We also offer an adapted version for middle school and high school students. For detailed information about the curriculum and related materials, please view this PowerPoint presentation.
All youth lessons from grades 2nd through 5th are from the “Health Kids Club” curriculum developed by University Of Hawaii at Manoa CTAHR. The lessons have hands-on activities that allow children to comprehend at all grade levels. This curriculum focuses on Food Safety, Enjoying More Fruits and Vegetables, MyPlate, Preparing More Meals at Home, Physical Activity, and How to “Rethink Your Drink”.
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