1.2.N Identify key components of the “Nutrition Facts” labels.
3.2.N Interpret information provided on food labels.
5.1.N Use a decision-making process to identify healthy foods for meals and snacks.
6.1.N Monitor personal progress toward a nutritional goal.
7.1.N Identify ways to choose healthy snacks based on current research-based guidelines.
8.1.N Encourage and promote healthy eating and increased physical activity opportunities at school and in the community.
Source: California department of education. (2009). Health education content standards for California public schools: Kindergarten through grade twelve. J. McLean & M. Marks (Eds.). California: Department of education.
Students will demonstrate the ability to read food labels.
Students will apply their knowledge of food labels to select healthy snacks.
Students will create a health goal related to making-decisions and will maintain record of their progress.
Students will demonstrate their knowledge of how to make healthy choices.