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Meghan Krekeler April 18, 2014

Bad Egg, Good Egg Description: This activity will teach the students about proper nutrition while incorporating a spring theme. Subject: Health Grade: 4th Duration: 30 min Indiana Academic Standards: HW.3.5 2007 !tudents will demonstrate the ability to use decision"ma#ing s#ills to enhance health. This standard includes the essential steps needed to ma#e healthy decisions as prescribed in the per$ormance indicators. !tudents list the steps o$ a decision"ma#ing process which enables them to collaborate with others to improve %uality o$ li$e now and in the $uture. HW.3.5.5 2007 &denti$y a healthy choice when ma#ing a decision. '(ample) &denti$y a healthy a$ter school snac#. Objectives: The students will be able to create a list o$ healthy and unhealthy $oods with little to no errors. The students will record their $ood inta#e $or seven days* and see how di$$erent $oods a$$ected their overall health. The students will recall the si( essential nutrients with little to no errors. Prior Know edge: The students will need to have prior #nowledge o$ the si( essential nutrients and how nutrients help us to grow and $unction. !ateria s: 2 bas#ets +20,- Hard .oiled or plastic 'ggs with $ood names on them /ournals 0encils Procedure: Opening Set"Anticipator# Set Today the class will be wor#ing on ma#ing healthy choices. T" 1Who can tell me what a healthy $ood is23 !" 4ames healthy food T" 1What is one unhealthy $ood23 !" 4ames unhealthy $ood T" Tal# about nutrients The three $unctions o$ nutrients are to provide energy* promote growth and development* and regulate body $unctions. What are the si( essential nutrients we tal#ed about last class23 !" 4eeds to answer) 5arbohydrates* 0roteins* 6ats* 7inerals* 8itamins* Water

Instructiona Se$uence SA%E&': !a(e sure c)airs are pus)ed in and students are not roug) )ousing* Do +O& a ow students to t)row eggs,

!et up the two 'aster bas#ets in $ront o$ the class. Hide the eggs around the room +or outside in a speci$ic area&nstruct the students that each egg has a healthy or unhealthy $ood on it. They are to move around the room and $ind an egg with a healthy $ood and then another egg with an unhealthy $ood. When each student has two eggs they will return to their seats. The teacher will then ma#e groups o$ 3 "4 students and have them create a story or song out o$ their di$$erent $oods and recite it to the rest o$ the class. 9$ter each group has recited their story or song each student will put their egg in the healthy or unhealthy bas#et and tell the class why it is that category. &$ they get it wrong then have another student pic# which bas#et it goes in and why. :nce all the eggs are in the bas#ets have everyone return to their seats. Independent Practice Sa-et#: !a(e sure ever#one is seated and no one is roug) )ousing w)i e t)e# are wor(ing* 4e(t the students will create a $ood diary. They need a noteboo# that they can record what they eat in it. &nstruct them that they need to record what they eat every day $or a wee# and how they $elt a$ter eating it. Then at the beginning o$ ne(t wee# we will go over them and answer %uestions about the nutrients that they have consumed. Today* the teacher will help the students set up their ;ournals. The $irst page in the ;ournal should be titles 17y 6ood <iary3 or the students can create a name o$ their own $or their ;ournal. The title page should be decorated and titled with their name on the $ront page. Then each page should have the $ood item* when they ate it* and how they $elt a$terwards. . osure 9t the end o$ the class* have the students put away their $ood diaries and return to their seats. The teacher should as# 1What is something new that you learned today in class23 !tudent answers. Teacher as#s* 1What are the si( essential nutrients23 !tudent answers. Teacher as#s* 1What are we going to do with our $ood diaries23 !tudent answer. Teacher as#s* 15an someone tell me a couple o$ unhealthy $oods23 !tudent answers. Teacher as#s* 15an someone give me an e(ample o$ healthy $oods23 !tudent answers. 9t the end o$ class ma#e sure they all understand their $ood diaries and what they are supposed to record in them each day. =emind them that they will be chec#ed daily $or completion.

Adaptations: !tudents who are unable to write can use a computer or voice memos to record their $ood inta#e. 9lso* students who are disabled can be included in a group and collect their eggs with a partner. Assessment o- Students: !tudents are assessed by their participation in the class. 9lso their $ood diaries will be graded $or understanding later on ne(t wee#. Bib iograp)#, /e-erences:

DeChicko, M. (2008, May 20). Good Basket, Bad Basket. Re rie!ed fro" #. $. Cen ral% h p%&&'''.pecen ral.org&(e))on*dea)&+ie'(e))on.a)p,*D-8.0/0.11234fld56o *ndiana Depar "en of $d7ca ion. (2008). Indiana Standards. Re rie!ed fro" (earning Connec ion% h p)%&&learningconnec ion.doe.in.go!&6 andard)&6 andard).a)p9,) -:)7;-<:gl-4:c-0:) id-0

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