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1 Little Healthy Helpers A Homemade PowerPoint Game By Heather McCord University of Georgia Play the game Game Directions Story Credits Copyright Notice Game Preparation Objectives Game Pieces

2 The Story of the Little Healthy Helpers If you are up to the task, There is a question Mama Bear wants to ask. Since you are a friend of Brother and Sister bear, Can you help me show them why they should care? The problem is that they eat junk food too much, And I want them to find healthy habits in food and such. It is only out of love and concern, They need to know nutritional foods is what our bodies yearn. Tell them types of fruits, vegetables, and other tasty galore Then well grab a buggy and pick up healthy foods more! Home Page

3 Game Directions For the Teacher: This game can be used as either a one on one game or a group against group game. It might be more exciting and friendship building to create two teams and get the students to pick team names in relation to Berenstain Bears, such as Berenstain Buddies. (I mention that so they can become characters in the game.) The teacher will flip a coin to decide which team goes first. Based on student behavior that day, the teacher will choose a captain for each team. Each captain for todays game will answer the questions on the computer based on their groups decision. It is the teachers discretion on whether each student will answer a question or whether several students will talk over each answer. Read this to the students: Who wants to help Mama Bear out? Well, before you can, she must know what you know about foods. To help Mama Bear, you have to be the first to answer 15 food- related questions correctly. For every correct answer, the team will choose from the serving bowl. The catch, however, is that you also have to be the first to complete the board game with the 15 servings placed in the correct number and food group spots. Only one question per turn is allowed. And the first question to answer is number one, the second is question two, and so on. However when a team hits a Berenstain Bonus- they have the opportunity to win 2 servings if they correctly answer the question. Keep in mind to win, you have to have the proper amount of servings for each food group on the teams game board at the end of the game. Remember you can look at the key food pyramid at any time. Optimally, you want 6 servings of the bread group, 3 vegetables, 2 fruits, 2 dairy, 2 meat, and since sweets should be minimal, 0 to 1 in this area. Return For every correct answer, the team will choose from the serving bowl.

4 Game Preparation Read The Berenstain Bears AND TOO MUCH JUNK FOOD prior to playing the game. Gameboard: Print out slides 36 and 37 (preferably on white cardstock and then laminate). Gameboard Key: Print out slide 38 for each team (preferably on white cardstock and then laminate). Game Pieces: Print out slide 6 (preferably on white cardstock and then laminate), then cut around the individual servings. These pieces can be placed into a bowl that the children will then pick from after correctly answering a question. Teacher will read the directions out loud. Home Page

5 Time to play Little Healthy Helpers Click on the buggy for your question. Game DirectionsHome Page

6 Game Pieces Return

7 What picture has fruits?

8 Berenstain Bonus!!! Vegetables are a good source of fiber and body vitamins, according to Dr. Grizzly. TRUE FALSE

9 Pick the picture that represents the dairy group.

10 What picture has vegetables?

11 Do you see a picture that shows poultry? No Yes

12 Name the group cheese is in. Dairy Sweets Meat Grains

13 Lollipops should be eaten everyday. True False

14 Which one is not part of the grain group? PASTA CEREAL BREADBEANS

15 Berenstain Bonus!!! Recall what Dr.Grizzly says that the meat and nut group does for the body. Was it… Make strong bones and teeth Build up body and muscle Give the body energy Give the body fiber and vitamins

16 Carrots are an example of a fruit. TRUE FALSE

17 Name the food that is not a fruit. Apple Banana Potatoes Cherries

18 Jelly Beans are like dried beans or even green beans. FALSE TRUE

19 Potato chips would be a good example of what? Vegetable Grain Meat & Nuts Fat & Sweets

20 A grilled cheese sandwich uses which two food groups? Meat And Bread Dairy And Vegetable Dairy And Bread Fruit And Sweet Bread And Vegetable

21 Berenstain Bonus!!! Recall what Dr.Grizzly said the cheese and milk group does for the body. Was it… Make strong bones and teeth Build up body and muscle Give the body energy Give the body fiber and vitamins

22 What food group is not pictured in this sandwich? Vegetable BreadFruit Dairy

23 Berenstain Bonus!!! Fill in the blank. provides the body with energy. Corn and tomatoes Bread and Rice Nuts and eggs Chicken

24 Spinach is a green fruit. TRUE FALSE

25 is an example of a vegetable. Steak Grapes Orange Corn

26 A peach is from what food group? Dairy Sweets GrainsFruit

27 True or False. The grain group is also called the bread group. TRUEFALSE

28 Is there a picture that represents the dairy group? If so, pick it. If not, choose No. NO

29 There are groups in the food pyramid, including the sweets. TrueFalse

30 A breakfast menu of eggs, bacon, toast, and orange juice would be a tasty start for the day. From the list below, which food group was not mentioned in this menu. Dairy Group Bread Group Fruit Group Meat Group

31 Berenstain Bonus!!! Dr.Grizzly told the Berenstain family that milk and yogurt are good for… Making strong bones and teeth Building up body and muscle Giving the body energy Providing Body fiber and vitamins

32 Correct! Back to the Questions

33 Incorrect! Back to the Questions

34 Credits All teachers and students at non-profit schools can use, revise, or adapt this game at will at no cost on the condition that all prior designers are cited. Originally designed by Heather McCord, University of Georgia, March 7, 2005 Little Healthy Helpers. A special thanks for being able to incorporate Stan & Jan Berenstains book into this lesson. Home Page

35 Educational Objectives Audience –First Grade Students Health Objectives- Nutrition emphasized –Students will be able to learn about the Food Guide Pyramid. They will learn what the food groups are, how many of each group is recommended daily, and will be tested on their understanding of food categorization. For instance, an apple is an example of a fruit. Also, they will be asked to recall information from Stan and Jan Berenstains The Berenstain Bears AND TOO MUCH JUNK FOOD, in relation to how food assists in ones growth and development. –Students will also be able to learn with technology. Home Page

36 Gameboard 1 Sweets Vegetables Poultry, Meats, Eggs And Nuts Fruits Milk, Cheese, and Yogurt Breads, Pasta, Cereal, and Rice

37 Gameboard 2 Sweets Milk, Cheese, and Yogurt Poultry, Meats, Eggs And Nuts Vegetables Fruits Breads, Pasta, Cereal, and Rice

38 Picture Provided by Food Guide Pyramid-KEY Use lightly 2-3 servings 3-5 servings 2-4 servings 6-11 servings

39 Copyright Copyright 2005 Heather McCord Permission to copy this game at no cost is granted to all teachers and students of non-profit schools. Permission is also granted to all teachers and students of non-profit schools to make revisions to this game for their own purposes, on the condition that this copyright page and the credits page remain part of the game. Teachers and students who adapt the game should add their names and affiliations to the credits page without deleting any names already there. Home Page


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