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UNIT: Nutrition
GRADE K - 2
  ANNUAL CURRICULUM
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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 20 - 20.C.1
Goal 22 - 22.B.1
Goal 23 - 23.B.1; 23.C.1
Goal 24 - 24.B.1
Skills: Nutritional education to make healthier food choices to provide an opportunity for healthy growth and to prevent childhood obesity.
General Objective: Safety in regards to unit topic
Introduction to the food groups - vegetables, fruits, protein foods, dairy, and grains
Introduction to serving sizes - How it is linked to the size of a person
Introduction to calories - What is energy?
Introduction to fats - Good fats vs. bad fats
Introduction to carbohydrates - Fiber vs. sugar
Introduction to protein - It is our building blocks.
Introduction to vitamins - What does vitamins do in our body?
Introduction to minerals - What does minerals do in our body?
Introduction to organic vs. processed food - Chemicals and science in food.
Introduction to water - We all need water and where do we find it?