Lesson 1 : Infused Water

  1. What is the first thing you should do before starting a recipe?
    1. Get a drink of water
    2. Wash your hands
    3. Eat
    4. Warm up the oven
  2. How long should you wash your hands for?
    1. 20 seconds
    2. 30 seconds
    3. 45 seconds
    4. 1 minute
  3. Water is the best drink for hydration?
    1. True
    2. False
  4. You should always wash your fruits and vegetables before cutting them
    1. True
    2. False
  5. Why should you wash your fruits and vegetables?
    1. To wash off germs and dirt
    2. To play in the water
    3. So, they taste better
    4. We don't need to wash them
  6. You should always clean the counter before preparing food.
    1. True
    2. False
  7. Where can you find how much added sugars are in your drinks?
    1. Nutrition Facts Label
    2. In a book
    3. At school
  8. How many glasses of water should kids drink every day?
    1. 2-4
    2. 3-5
    3. 4-6
    4. 6-8
  9. When using a knife, you should always...
    1. Hold the knife with the blade facing down.
    2. Use a cutting board.
    3. Curl your fingers to hold the food down.
    4. All of the above
  10. Fruit-infused water is a healthy way to enjoy a fun drink.
    1. True
    2. False
Buffington, A. 2020, Kids Cook - Lesson 1 Evaluation, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno

Authors of this scholarly work are no longer available.

Please contact Extension's Communication Team for assistance.

 

Also of Interest:

 
signiture
Healthy Kids Resource Center - Policies, Procedures & Partners
Find links to Federal and State policies and regulations
Lindsay, A. and Taylor, S. 2020, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno
Kids Cook - Lesson 02 - Colorful Summer Popsicles
This lesson describes how to create colorful summer popsicles and teaches children how to follow a recipe.
Buffington, A. 2020, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno
Kids Cook - Lesson 2 Evaluation
This evaluation goes along with Lesson 2 Kids Cook to test your knowledge of what you learned from the curriculum.
Buffington, A. 2020, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno
Kids Cook - Lesson 3 Evaluation
This evaluation goes along with Lesson 3 Kids Cook to test your knowledge of what you learned from the curriculum.
Buffington, A. 2020, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno
Using a translational process to apply Latino youth development research findings in practice.
Developed an intentional and collaborative translational process for converting evidence-based knowledge from Latino youth development literature into Extension practice.
Moncloa, F., Horrillo, S. J., Diaz-Carrasco, C., Espinoza, D., Hill, R., & Soule, K. 2018, Journal of Extension 56(6) Article 6IAW3.