Fuel Up to Play 60 Fight Hunger Play-in-a-Box Kit
Having access to nutrient-rich foods is important for students and for the entire community. The Fuel Up to Play 60 Fight Hunger Play-in-a-Box explores the issue of food insecurity and introduces students to how they can be a part of the solution. This kit acts as a supplement to and helps to better prepare you and your team for the FUTP 60 Fight Hunger Play. It includes the Educator Guide to walk you through all of the lessons and activities found in the kit, as well as extra content: pre-assessment questions, reflection questions, facilitator tips and answer keys.
Fuel Up to Play 60 Farm to School Play-in-a-Box Kit
The Fuel Up to Play 60 Farm to School Play-in-a-Box takes you and your students on the journey milk takes from the farm to the fridge. Bonus: The activities will also help you check off the Farm to School Healthy Eating Play! This kit has two parts: Education (learning about local foods in the area and understanding their benefits) and Implementation (bringing locally produced food and dairy into school in a practical way). The included Educator Guide will walk you through all of the lessons found in the kit, as well as extra content: pre-assessment questions, reflection questions, facilitator tips, and answer keys. Additional resources and optional homework assignments are also included.
Whether on-the-farm or at a zoo, these dairy farm scavenger hunt riddles will engage consumers.
- Find where farmers prepare and keep the feed that keep the cows happy and the milk delicious.
- See or sit in a tractor that helps plow the fields to provide the feed that cows need every day.
- See if you can find a cow with a pedometer on the farm.
- See if you can find where it all starts - in the milking barn.
- Let's see if you can find where milk is stored once it leaves the cow and before it makes its way to your local store.
- Find an example of where a farmer uses or reuses water on the farm.
- Talk with a farmer to see how long the family has been farming. Or, at least stop and say, "Hi!"
- This one's easy - grab a milk and congratulate yourself on a job well done