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     Daniel Boone School     6710 N. Washtenaw      Chicago, IL 60645      (773) 534-2160 ph.      (773) 534-2190 fx.      [Email]

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UNIT: Nutrition
GRADE 3-4
  ANNUAL CURRICULUM
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Lesson Plan Outline

UNITS K-2
September - Animal Walks
October - Self & Space
November - Heart & Lungs
December - Dribbling
January - Kicking & Punting
February - Games & Culture
March - Gymnastics
April - Striking & Volleying
May - Striking with Implements
June - Fitness Fun

LESSONS: DRIBBLING
Lesson 1
Lesson 2
Lesson 3
Lesson 4

Unit: Nutrition
When: September-June (Daily)
Number of Lessons: A vital part of every physical education lesson.
State Standards: Goal 22 - 22.A.2a; 22.A.2b; 22.A.2c; 22.B.2; 22.C.2 
Goal 23 - 23.B.2; 23.C.2a; 23.C.2b
Goal 24 - 24.B.2
Skills: Nutritional education to make healthier food choices to provide an opportunity for healthy growth and development of self while also help prevent childhood obesity.
General Objective: Safety in regards to unit topic
Learn about the food groups - vegetables, fruits, protein foods, dairy, and grains
Learn about and be able to apply basic stratgies in regards to serving sizes - Size, activity level, and purpose
Learn about calories - Energy: Fat, carbohydrates,  and protein
Learn about different kind of fats - Polyunsaturated, monounsaturated, saturated, and trans fats
Learn about the different kind of carbohydrates - Simple and complex carbohydrates
Learn about protein - Amino acids and the essential proteins
Learn about the functions and sources of vitamins
Learn about the functions and sources of minerals
Be able to discuss organic and processed food.
Learn what water does in the body?