This year both our elementary school and junior high celebrated National Food Day with a full day of workshops on agriculture, nutrition, and cooking. Fourteen experiential sessions spread between the two campuses, dozens of volunteers, and happy, engaged learners everywhere you looked made for a big, wonderful day. So big that I’ve decided to tell the story in little “nibbles.”
In the weeks preceding the event, I had students work on food collages on foam board. We did this during our garden lessons and in the after-school program, using seed catalogues.
I hung the whole collection in front of school to announce the day’s theme.
Younger students also colored these signs……
….which adorned the main walkway.
Afterschool students also made posters to hang around campus:
To be continued….until then, keep calm and eat real. 🙂
This is great! I’m sure, an exhausting day, but the smiles on those kids’ faces must be worth the sweat equity!
You know it….as in, you know it….you were here last year! Can I book you for next year?
You sure can! I’ll join you in the giant boogie session at recess next time!
A little twist to it……Really Eat less and feel better and calmer Great post ….
That said, can’t wait until Thanksgiving!