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Food for Kids: An Introduction to Nutrition

Which foods are best to eat? Why are they good for you? Young people today are bombarded with choices at school, restaurants, the grocery store, and at home. As they become old enough to make their own decisions about what to eat, children need reliable information in order to choose wisely. Using this fun iPad app, young learners discover which nutrients are in foods and how they promote good health. Facts about the value of forty-six everyday foods are provided, as well as interesting notes on the origin and history of fruits and vegetables, grains, proteins and dairy products.

Activities:

 
Word Drop
Word Drop challenges the learner to complete a sentence about nutrition by choosing the correct missing word.
 
Missing Word
Missing Word asks the user to spell the missing word.
 
Match-Up
In Match-Up the player selects the correct word to fill in the blank in a larger block of text.

Topics include:

  • Macronutrients
  • Micronutrients
  • Protein
  • Fats
  • Carbohydrates
  • Fiber
  • Water
  • Vitamins
  • Minerals
  • Interesting, useful information about 46 common foods

Food for Kids

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Videos:

Word Drop

Missing Word

Match-Up

Using this fun iPad app, young learners discover which nutrients are in foods and how they promote good health.

Here's a quick demo to show how much fun it is to use Food for Kids.

 
 
Features:
  • Interactive Discovery-Based Learning.
  • Supports Healthy Living.
  • Promotes an Understanding of the Importance of Making Good Food Choices.
  • On/Off Options and Controls for Various Features.
iPad
$1.99
 
   

Food for Kids

Food for Kids is a fun way to develop an understanding of nutrition. Using simple gestures students control the app and answer questions. Student interaction is instantly evaluated and feedback is given to help solve the challenge.

Topics

Macronutrients
Micronutrients
Protein
Fats
Carbohydrates
Fiber
Water

Vitamin
Minerals
Interesting,
Useful information about 46 common foods


   

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Food for Kids Functions

By dragging a word or phrase on to the screen, the student answer a fill-in-the-blank style question. Students receive instantaneous feedback regarding the correctness of their answers.

  • Select Activities by Tapping Icons
  • Quizzes Are Randomyly Generated
  • Optional Sounds and Speech Functions
   

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Explore Healthy Eating Choices

Activities encourage students to make wise choices when deciding what to eat.

  • Perfect for Small Group instruction
  • Environmentally Friendly Learning - (no need to photocopy activity pages for each student)
  • A Student-Centered Approach to Learning
Food for Kids is now available at the Apple iTunes Store.