Hi, I just worked with a Hartford, CT K-8 school with a new resource we created - "The Fruit + Vegetable Activity Kit" -  that is keyed to the Common Core Standards and provides lesson plans and activity sheets for hands-on activities to integrate nutrition thru into core subject areas. Many of the activities were suitable for 6th grade classes.  You might find that helpful:
http://foodplay.com/shop/the-fruit-vegetable-activity-kit/

Good luck, Barbara

On Mon, Mar 2, 2015 at 2:40 PM, Hradek, Christine A [HS EO] <hradek@iastate.edu> wrote:

Hello Everyone

 

Can any of you recommend an effective nutrition education curriculum that is appropriate for a 6th grade audience in a school-based environment?

 

Thank you!

 

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