Balanced Plate Nutrition Kindergarten Arts and Crafts Science Lesson Activity
Read There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie. She did not make healthy choices at Thanksgiving. After your study of nutrition, the food pyramid, and a balanced diet, students create their own balanced plates. Two copying options are provided, a copy for students to color, and a set of copies for students to cut and glue. You might have students draw their favorite of each type of food on their plates! Check out the PREVIEW option on this page to get a glimpse of how the craft turned out in our classroom!
Our kindergarten arts and crafts are downloads you can print at home or school. Each craft includes a cover and a contents page, so you know exactly how to put pieces together. The only supplies you need are paper, scissors, glue, and crayons! Enjoy creating with the kids!
Page 1: Cover
Page 2: Krazy for Kindyland Note
Page 3: Product Details
Page 4: Example
Page 5: Fork, Spoon, Food Group Sections
Pages 6: Tray (for both versions, copy on white)
Construction Paper Version
Page 7: Silverware (4 sets)
Page 8: Dairy (9)
Page 9: Fruit (9)
Page 10: Vegetables (9)
Page 11: Grains (9)
Page 12: Protein (9)
Additional book companions to go along with this craft include, but certainly are not limited to the following titles:
Llama Llama Why Should I Eat Well?
Eat Your Colors!
Good Enough to Eat
What's On Your Plate?
How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food?
At the Supermarket
Eating the Alphabet
Dim Sum for Everyone
Too Much Junk Food
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