As parents, we want to ensure that our kids eat nutritious meals, but we also need to teach them about nutrition so that they grow up to make the right choices. I know kids can’t turn down that yummy chocolate bar but it’s still important to let them know what they should be eating and why.
We’ve gone over all of the major food groups and why they belong to each of those groups. See the other science worksheets I have as well.
If you need more information on what kids should be eating, take a look at the Canada Food Guide.
What you get
- 2 pages of different foods
- 3 pages to categorize the
- 1 page of a food diary
- 1 page of a plate to show portion sizes
Your child can categorize the different foods into different food groups, you can also discuss the alternatives for the dairy and meat categories, like yogurt and legumes.
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