Pre-K Standards

Life Science: L.PK.5
Physical Development/Health: 1.PK.1, 2.PK.1, 2.Pk.2, 3.PK.1, 3.PK.2, 4.PK2.1,1.PK.3, 1.PK.8

Instructions

  1. Sit in a circle and teach children the importance of fruit and vegetables
  2. Print* out pictures of different fruit and vegetables (or use plastic models if available) and hang them/place them in different places around the room
  3. Divide children into two groups and have one group “build” a fruit salad and one a veggie salad. Children from each group will take turns choosing their own movements to get a picture for their salad. (Jump, crab walk, walk backwards, etc to get the picture)

Skills

  • Light cardio
  • Light muscle strengthening
Lindsay, A. 2020, Food Relay, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno, CM-2020-3042

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