Let’s Get Healthy! By: Chelsea Summers
Helpful Hints Go to Next Slide Go to Previous Slide Go to Home Page (Table of Contents) *Go to next slide!
Audience • Fifth Grade students • Urban Setting
Environment Students will work through the PowerPoint lesson individually in a computer lab at school. Students with any type of disability that need assistance, will be given it.
Objectives • Given a food guide pyramid and nutritional vs. unhealthy foods students will be able to know appropriate servings per food group and healthy food choices with 100% success. • Given appropriate exercise ideas and time per day appropriate students will be able to make an appropriate and realistic activity log with 100% success. • Given diseases related to poor health and statistic students will be able to identify diseases related to unhealthy lifestyles with 100% success.
Are You Ready to Get Healthy? Home Page (Table to Contents) • Eating Healthy • Exercise • Diseases Related to an Unhealthy Lifestyle *Click on one of the three topics to begin learning!
Eating Healthy In this lesson you will learn about healthy food choices. You will also learn about the Food Guide Pyramid and appropriate serving sizes.
Eating Healthy Go to the link below to view a video about the Food Guide Pyramid. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-Ahk3qNZDs&feature=related
Eating Healthy * Take note of serving sizes of each food group!
Eating Healthy Now you have seen the correct number of servings for each food group. Now you might be wondering what foods fit into which category.
Eating Healthy Fats, Oils, and Sweets (Use Sparingly) • Salad Dressing • Butter • Mayonnaise • Candy • Soft Drinks • Syrups • Jam • Jelly
Eating Healthy Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese (2-3 Servings) • Milk • Cheese • Yogurt • Frozen Yogurt • Pudding (If made with milk) • Ice Cream
Eating Healthy Meats, Poultry, Fish, Dry Beans, Eggs, and Nuts (2-3 Servings) • Meat (Beef, Lamb, Pork…) • Beans • Fish • Chicken • Turkey • Eggs • Peanuts • Sunflower Seeds • Peanut Butter
Eating Healthy Vegetable (3-5 Servings) • Broccoli • Lettuce • Corn • Green Beans • Potatoes • Cauliflower • Onions • Tomatoes • Vegetable Juice • Tomato Juice • Celery
Eating Healthy Fruit (2-4 Servings) • Apples • Strawberries • Cherries • Bananas • Watermelon • Grapes • Oranges • Raisins • Plums • Pineapples
Eating Healthy Bread, Cereal, Rice, and Pasta (6-11 Servings) • Oatmeal • Rice • Flour • Bread • Pasta • Flour Tortillas • Popcorn
Eating Healthy Tips With The Food Guide Pyramid • Make half your Grains whole • Vary your Veggies • Focus on Fruit • Get your Calcium rich foods • Go lean with Protein
Eating Healthy Healthy Recipes Meals • Spaghetti and Meatballs • Loaded Twice Baked Potatoes • Tacos • Almond-Crusted Chicken Fingers Snacks • No Bake Cookies • Fruit • Multi-Grain Crackers • Yogurt
Eating Healthy Which food doesn’t belong? Food Group: Fats, Oils, and Sweets Butter Salad Dressing Candy Popcorn *Click on the food that doesn’t belong.*
Correct! Popcorn belongs to the Bread, Cereal, Rice, and Pasta.
Eating Healthy Which food doesn’t belong? Food Group: Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese Ice Cream Pudding Mayonnaise Cheese *Click on the food that doesn’t belong*
Correct! Mayonnaise belong to the Fats, Oils, and Sweets.
Eating Healthy Which food doesn’t belong? Food Group: Meats, Poultry, Fish, Dry Beans, Eggs, and Nuts Turkey Eggs Fish Raisins *Click on the food that doesn’t belong*
Correct! Raisins belong to the Fruit Group.
Eating Healthy Which food doesn’t belong? Food Group: Vegetable Corn Peanuts Lettuce Tomato *Click on the food the doesn’t belong*
Correct! Peanuts belong to the Milk, Poultry, Fish, Dry beans, Eggs, and Nuts Group
Eating Healthy Which Food Doesn’t Belong? Food Group: Fruit Tomato Watermelon Raisins Apples *Click on the food that doesn’t belong*
Correct! Tomatoes belong to the vegetable group.
Eating Healthy Which Food doesn’t belong? Food Group: Bread, Cereal, Rice, and Pasta Oatmeal Popcorn Sunflower Seeds Bread *Click on the food that doesn’t belong*
Correct! Sunflower seeds belong to the Meats, Poultry, Fish, Dry Beans, Eggs, and Nuts
Eating Healthy Evaluation • Which food belongs to the Bread, Cereal, Rice, and Pasta Group? A. Tortillas B. Raisins C. Beans D. Eggs *Click on the correct answer*
Eating Healthy Evaluation 2. How many servings of vegetables do you need? A. 2-3 servings B. Use Sparingly C. 3-5 Servings D. 6-11 Servings *Click on the correct answer*
Eating Healthy Evaluation 3. Fill in the rest of the tip: Make half your grains ( ). A. Bread B. Whole C. Rice D. Lean *Click on the correct answer*
Good Job! You have now completed this lesson! Click on the home page button to return to pick a new lesson!
Exercise In this lesson you will learn ideas on how to exercise and for how long and about activity logs.
Exercise “The miracle isn’t that I finished. The miracle is that I had the courage to start.” - John Bingham, Running Speaker and Writer
Exercise How much exercise do I need? Children and adolescents should do 60 minutes (1 hour) or more of physical activity each day.
Exercise Types of Physical Activity 1. Aerobic Activity • Should make up majority of the 60 minutes • Fast walking, running 2. Muscle Strengthening • Gymnastics, push-ups 3. Bone Strengthening • Jump Roping, Running