Choose Health: Food, Fun, and Fitness (CHFFF) is an award-winning, research-based 6-lesson curriculum for 8-12-year-olds that uses experiential learning to teach healthy eating and active play. CHFFF targets evidence-based behaviors for preventing obesity and chronic disease: less sweetened drinks, fewer high-fat and high-sugar foods, more vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and active play.
Pick a better snack brings fruits and vegetables into the classroom for kindergarten through third grade students all over Virginia. Nutrition educators teach short interactive lessons where kids learn about kiwi, spinach, zucchini, peaches, and more! These lessons show kids the connection between healthy eating and having fun!
Teen Cuisine is a hands-on cooking program created by the Virginia Family Nutrition Program that teaches students in grades 8-12 important life skills that will stay with them as they grow into adults.
Literacy, Eating, Activity for Preschoolers (LEAP) is a curriculum for preschoolers developed by the University of Kentucky’s Cooperative Extension. LEAP offers 10 lessons on food and nutrition using a storybook-style approach.