Photo Shoot with Thriving Communities, Thriving Children Partners!
by admin | May 20, 2014 | Educator |
During the month of April, we had the exciting opportunity to attend two photo shoots in New Orleans and throughout Mississippi highlighting the wonderful nutrition education activities happening through the Thriving Communities, Thriving Children (TC2) grant!These photo shoots, as well as funding for TC2, were made possible by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. During the shoots, we were able to snap some pictures of our own, showing the exciting work happening in elementary schools and early childhood/head start centers.
Looking for some inspiration on how to use your OWG materials? Check out these great pictures to see what others have been up to!
Kindergarten students at St. Peter Claver School in New Orleans created a visual and song about Hardy Heart to teach the importance of heart health.
Children at Jefferson St. Head Start in Moss Point, MS learn about the nutritional benefits of nuts through coloring, taking home recipe cards to replicate healthy snacks at home they learned about in class, and learning about the different nuts (Foods of the Month) in trail mix.
Trying three bean salad (a recipe found in the OWG Foods of the Month newsletters!) at James Singleton Head Start in New Orleans.
A first grade classroom at Arlington Elementary in Pascagoula, MS uses the book “All Hearts Need Love” to teach character development and physical activity.