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In this environmental science activity, learners research what is essential for plant life and the necessary components of soil to support plants.
In this activity (page 32 of PDF), learners investigate the nutritional needs of healthy bones and muscles.
In this activity about the relationship between food and energy (page 5 of PDF), learners conduct an experiment to compare how much energy is released as heat from two different foods.
In this health, cooking, and math activity, learners explore nutrition and examine nutrition labels.
In this activity, young learners (2 years and up) explore dirt and what is in it by painting with mud.
In this nutrition activity (page 3 of the PDF), learners will record their food consumption for one day, and then evaluate how their actual diet matched up with the recommended diet.
In this astrobiology activity (on page 11 of the PDF), learners consider what organisms need in order to live (water, nutrients, and energy).
In this water pollution activity, learners create pond water cultures and investigate the effects of adding chemicals or natural nutrients.
In this activity, learners dissect a piece of pizza to learn about nutrients important for health.
In this outdoor activity, learners make their own organic-rich soil. Depending on where this activity is done, learners will probably discover that their local soil is low in organic matter.
In this activity, learners explore healthy choices related to the foods they eat. The importance of a variety of fruits and vegetables to a healthy diet is the focus of the experience.
In this activity, learners explore healthy choices related to the liquids they drink. The importance of water and milk as essential nutrients for a healthy body is the focus of the experience.
In this activity, learners act out the flow of blood in the human body! A great way to get learners up and moving while learning about the circulatory system.