Healthy Breakfast Challenge – teaching our students the importance of breakfast and healthy food choices

Our teaching community has been nothing short of spectacular in sharing ideas and activities to keep our kids’ minds focused and bodies active while home during this challenging time.

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Click Healthy Breakfast Challenge for a copy of the challenge and 4-week breakfast log.

Equally important is proper nutrition. Why not take this opportunity to remind parents and teach children the importance of eating a healthy breakfast?

Healthy Breakfast Challenge Goals

  • to educate/remind students and parents about the significance of eating a complete, nutritious breakfast
  • to define what a complete breakfast includes (carbohydrates, protein, vitamins/minerals)
  • to introduce students to a variety of options for a complete breakfast

Above all, we want EVERY child to have the resources to put food in their body for breakfast. A slice of toast or an orange is better than nothing at all, right. However, no matter what the circumstance, I feel every family and child should learn the importance of a healthy breakfast and which types of foods can help us to perform at our best!

Click Healthy Breakfast Challenge for a copy of the challenge and 4-week breakfast log.


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