Lesson Plans & Activities
- Nutritious and Delicious Salsa
- Pumpkin Pie-in-a-Bag
- New Mexico Ag Stew- Tops and Bottoms
- "Stew for a Few" - Bippolo Seed, Steak for Supper
- Chile Peppers
- New Mexico Nuts: peanuts, pecans, pistachios, pinon (pine nuts)
- Discover Energy (My American Farm)
- Power Up- Lesson
- Energy Lessons and Activities- Elementary, Middle School and High School
- Plugged-In Activity Sheet
- Energy PowerPoint
"Eat Well, Be Well," provides a high-quality unit of lessons about nutrition. Created and published by Project Food, Land & People (FLP), these hands-on lessons are alligned to the core standards and provide critical-thinking activities, timely background information, measurable objectives, and current references. These lessons implement the MyPlate and MyPyramid food guidance recommendations. Their quality distinguishes them in classrooms across America among materials used to teach about food, natural resources, and consumers. The nine lessons comprising "Eat Well, Be Well" focus on aspects of nutrition that are current, useful, insightful, entertaining, and informative for students of all grade levels. Most of the lessons are applicable for grades 4–12, with the unit also including lessons that can be taught at the Pre-K and early elementary levels.
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