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The Good Food Game

Authored by EcoRise and Representaciones e Inteligencia Sustentable

45 minutes
Primary subjects: 
1, 2
Average: 5 (1 vote)

In this fun, play-based lesson, students learn that food that is closer to nature is healthier for us and for the planet. Students watch a short, engaging video that shows them several ways to think about food—ways that will help them make healthy choices. Then they play the Good Food Game, a living board game that helps them synthesize what they’ve learned. In the game, students select one of two food choices and find that making a healthy choice is both fun and rewarding!

Key objectives for students
Explain that foods that are closer to nature are better for people and for the planet.
Recognize characteristics of healthy, whole foods, and explain why they are better for us than processed foods.
Choose a healthy option from a selection of foods.
Secondary subjects
Arts, Civics and Government, Environmental Education, Health and Nutrition, Mathematics, Physical Education, Reading or Language Arts
healthy food, healthy habits, processed foods, junk food, Factory foods
Collaboration, Communication skills, Creative problem solving, Critical Thinking, Systems thinking
Curiosity, Empathy, Mindfulness
Brain-Based Learning, Multi-Disciplinary, Multiple Intelligences, Real-World Application, Technology Integration
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