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  1. Oakland Eats Garden Fresh Nutrition Workshop January 25, 2012

  2. Think, Pair, Share • What is the most serious public health issue today?

  3. Percent of Obese Adults (BMI > 30) in U.S. (Normal = 18.5 to 25)

  4. Children • 17% of children ages 2-19 are obese.

  5. Consequences of Childhood Obesity • “Unless public policies are established to support healthy living, today’s children may be among the first generation in modern history to live shorter lives than their parents. Low-income communities and communities of color will carry the greatest burden.” • California Center for Public Health Advocacy 2010 Annual Report

  6. Strategies and Solutions for Schools • Expand programs that bring local fruits and vegetables to schools. • Put salad bars in schools. • Increase access to free drinking water and limit the sale of sugar drinks in schools. • Support quality daily physical education and physical activity in schools. • Incorporate Nutrition Education and Physical Education into the curriculum.

  7. Oakland Eats Garden Fresh – Integrated Lessons • The overall goal is to increase student consumption of fruits and vegetables as part of a healthy diet.

  8. Oakland Eats Garden Fresh – Integrated Lessons • Intended as an initial step – follow-up is highly recommended. • Contain some family connections. • Address nutritional competencies AND curricular standards and/or academic skills.

  9. 3 Topic Areas for OEGF Lessons • Fruits and Vegetables • Seasonality • Local Food

  10. Fruits and Vegetables • Nearly everyone needs to eat more fruits and vegetables. • Fruits and vegetables in lieu of higher-calorie snacks can be part of an effort to achieve and maintain a healthy weight. • A variety of fruits and vegetables can protect your health.

  11. The Colors of Health • Brainstorm BLUE-PURPLE Fruits and Vegetables.

  12. BLUE-PURPLE Fruits and Vegetables • Help with memory • Lower the risk of some cancers • Design a symbol that could represent the benefits of BLUE-PURPLE Fruits and Vegetables.

  13. The Colors of Health • Brainstorm GREEN Fruits and Vegetables.

  14. GREEN Fruits and Vegetables • Lower the risk of some cancers. • Protect eyes. • Keep bones and teeth strong. • Design a symbol that could represent the benefits of GREEN Fruits and Vegetables.

  15. The Colors of Health • Brainstorm WHITEFruits and Vegetables.

  16. White Fruits and Vegetables • Help keep heart healthy. • Lower the risk of some cancers. • Design a symbol that could represent the benefits of White Fruits and Vegetables.

  17. The Colors of Health • Brainstorm YELLOW-ORANGE Fruits and Vegetables.

  18. YELLOW-ORANGE Fruits and Vegetables • Help keep heart healthy. • Help fight disease. • Protect eyes. • Lower the risk of some cancers. • Design a symbol that could represent the benefits of YELLOW-ORANGE Fruits and Vegetables.

  19. The Colors of Health • Brainstorm RED Fruits and Vegetables.

  20. RED Fruits and Vegetables • Help with memory • Protect heart. • Reduce the risk of some cancers. • Design a symbol that could represent the benefits of RED Fruits and Vegetables.

  21. Time Out #1 • Review Lesson #1for your grade level. • Discuss with table partners how you might use and/or adapt this lesson for your class.

  22. Seasonality • Quick Write: • Write about your favorite season. Include details of when it occurs and why it’s your favorite season.

  23. Seasonality • Examine Bay Area Seasonality chart. • Complete OEGF Analyzing Chart handout.

  24. Seasonality • De-brief analyzing chart.

  25. Time Out #2 • Review Lesson #2 for your grade level. • Discuss with table partners how you might extend this lesson for your class.

  26. Physical Activity Break – 12 Days of Fitness! (Part 1) • On the first day of fitness, my trainer gave to me… • 1 – a storkstanding on__ one foot. • 2 – scissors steps • 3 – muscle poses • 4 – jumping ropes__ • 5 – hula hoops ***** • 6 – kicks to the front __

  27. Physical Activity Break – 12 Days of Fitness! (Part 2) • 7 – jabs or punches • 8 – jogs in one place • 9 – side__ stretches • 10 – knee__ li__fts • 11 – raise the roofs__ • 12 – jumping jacks

  28. Local Foods • Think, Write, Share • What are the advantages to buying (and eating!) local food?

  29. Local Foods • Five reasons to eat local foods: • Local produce tastes better and it’s better for you. • Local food supports local families. • Local food protects genetic diversity. • Local food preserves open space and supports a clean environment. • Local food is about the future.

  30. Time Out #3 • Review Lesson #3for your grade level. • Discuss with table partners how you might follow-up on this lesson with your class.

  31. Extensions • Use different grade level materials. • Cafeteria Connections. • Advanced Extension – Critical Thinking. • Quick activity handouts with Fruit/Veggie focus.

  32. Nutrition Lesson Evaluation Form • Which lesson did you teach? • How did you adapt the lesson…? • What were the strengths…? • How can this lesson be improved? • What will you do differently…? • How do you know whether learning occurred? • What kind of follow-up…? • Additional comments…..

  33. Comments, Questions, Resources • OUSD Website – Nutrition Education Dept. • Healthy Living for Life! • Nourish flyers • Fruitful Minds pilot school

  34. Look to the Rainbow Sung to the tune of “Look to the Rainbow” from Finian’s Rainbow. Look, look, look to the rainbow. Eat colorful vegetables every day. Look, look, look to the rainbow, Eat all of the colors – it’s the healthiest way. Purple, green, white ones Yellow, orange, and red ones. Eat all of the colors and eat them today. Look, look, look to the rainbow. Eat colorful fruits each and every day. Look, look, look to the rainbow, Eat all of the colors – it’s the healthiest way. Purple, green, white ones Yellow, orange, and red ones. Eat all of the colors and eat them today.

  35. Billy Boy -- Veggie O what shall you eat? Billy Boy, Billy Boy O what shall you eat charming Billy? Eating veggies will help me be Strong and fit and so healthy And I’ll cut them and dig them from my garden. Did you find some veggies there? Billy Boy, Billy Boy Did you find some veggies there, charming Billy? Yes I found some broccoli there, And I found enough to share. We will cook it and eat it all together. Did you dig some veggies up? Billy Boy, Billy Boy Did you dig some veggies up, charming Billy? Yes I dug some carrots up, Beets and yams will fill my cup, We will cook them and eat them all together. Are these veggies good for you? Billy Boy, Billy Boy Are these veggies good for you, charming Billy? All these veggies make me strong, Help me see and live quite long Every day I will eat a nice selection. Adapted from www.fldoe.org

  36. Billy Boy -- Fruit O what shall you eat? Billy Boy, Billy Boy O what shall you eat charming Billy? Eating fruits will help me be Strong and fit and so healthy And I’ll pick them and pluck them from my garden. Did you find some fruit in trees? Billy Boy, Billy Boy Did you find some fruit in trees, charming Billy? Yes I found some apples there, And I found enough to share. We will pick them and eat them all together. Did you find some berries too? Billy Boy, Billy Boy Did you find some berries too, charming Billy? Yes I found some berries too, They are black and red and blue, We will pick them and mix them all together. Are these fruits so good for you? Billy Boy, Billy Boy Are these fruits so good for you, charming Billy? All these fruits can make me strong, Help me see and live quite long Every day I will eat a nice selection. Adapted from www.fldoe.org

  37. Old MacDonald Farm to Table Old MacDonald had a farm EE-eye-EE-eye-Oh! And on his farm he had some seeds EE-eye-EE-eye-Oh! He sowed some here and he sowed some there Here he sowed, there he sowed, planted seeds in all his rows Old MacDonald had a farm EE-eye-EE-eye-Oh! Old MacDonald had a farm EE-eye-EE-eye-Oh! And on his farm he cared for his plants EE-eye-EE-eye-Oh! He gave them water, gave them sun They grew to be gargantuan! Old MacDonald had a farm EE-eye-EE-eye-Oh! Old MacDonald had a farm EE-eye-EE-eye-Oh! And on his farm his harvest began EE-eye-EE-eye-Oh! He picked some here, and chopped some there Had piles of veggies everywhere Old MacDonald had a farm EE-eye-EE-eye-Oh! Old MacDonald had a farm EE-eye-EE-eye-Oh! And on his farm he packed his food EE-eye-EE-eye-Oh! He packed some boxes, packed some crates The food was “trucked” throughout the state Old MacDonald had a farm EE-eye-EE-eye-Oh! Old MacDonald had a farm EE-eye-EE-eye-Oh! And on his farm he takes a rest EE-eye-EE-eye-Oh! His food’s at markets, shops, and stores And soon he’ll have to grow some more Old MacDonald had a farm EE-eye-EE-eye-Oh!