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10 Kids Books that Teach Nutrition
Use this list of books about nutrition and food in the classroom or with your children. These hand-picked books and cookbooks can help preschool and elementary students value healthy eating. Encourages children to "Go for a walk, Hawk," "Play in the park, Shark," "Get out of the house, Mouse," "Ride your bike, Pike," and many more to motivate them in the areas of physical fitness and activity. Teaches children about the importance of having a balanced breakfast each morning. Provides ideas on how to include foods from all five food groups in morning meals, suggests ideas for breakfast on the go, and includes quick, tasty recipes to make at home. The Milk Makers , by Gail Gibbons ages 5 to 8.
My grandmother has always been way ahead of her time in terms of nutrition. When everyone else was guzzling sugary sodas, she was drinking water with lemon and green tea. As an elementary school teacher, she believed it was never too early to start teaching kids about healthy nutrition, and I agree. Add to Bag. A child who grows a tomato is much more likely to be excited about eating that tomato, sun hot from the garden. This book shows the garden cycle, and also includes a healthy recipe for vegetable soup!
This collection of books will introduce your children to a range of important health-related topics — including eating well, being active, getting enough sleep, and dental care. These titles provide you with a great platform for talking further with your little ones about many of the different elements of good health and well-being. Me and My Amazing Body by Joan Sweeney does a fabulous job of introducing children to the inner workings of the human body and the part each plays in maintaining our overall health. My Amazing Body: A First Look at Health and Fitness by Pat Thomas encourages kids to take care of themselves by shining a spotlight on a range of important contributors to well-being and physical fitness. Brush Your Teeth, Please by Leslie Mcguire is a fun, interactive pop-up book that provides a perfect introduction to the importance of brushing thoroughly.
Food and nutrition books for little learners are so important to read to students. Eating a balanced diet can be such a difficult task for young kids. Most kids can be picky eaters. A great way to breakthrough this hurdle is to make trying new foods fun. Now, with the help of these books, you can do just that! Eating the Alphabet. I love the illustrations in this book.