EATING RIGHT, DAY AND NIGHT
BREAKFAST: Most Important Meal of the Day
Students who crave chips, pizza, and candy bars are encouraged to change their habits in this lively four-part series that explains how eating nutritious meals now are important for maintaining a healthy body for the future. Breakfast and Let’s Do Lunch examine nutrients that are essential for our bodies and show how eating breakfast and lunch improves physical and mental performance. What’s for Dinner? states alarming health trends and reviews the food groups. Snack Attack! teaches students how to fight the munchies by educating them about weight control and long-term health problems caused by consuming substantial amounts of junk food. Grades 6–12. Color. Approximately 21–25 minutes each. Meridian. ©2003–06.
View teacher’s guides for the titles in this series:
- Snack Attack
- What’s for Dinner?
- Breakfast: The Most Important Meal of the Day
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