Before/After School
Family Centered

Healthalicious (4-6)

UC ANR

MyPlate
Quick healthy meals
Whole grains
Fruits and/or vegetables
Food groups
Cooking
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Body

Promotes a healthy lifestyle in students by encouraging nutrient-rich foods and physical activity. This curriculum provides a fun introduction to preparing and eating healthy meals. Free download from website. 

Source:
UC ANR

Link:
http://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/Items.aspx?search=healthalicious

Number of Lessons

6 lessons; Lessons may be delivered over 2 sessions equaling 12 lessons

Length of Lesson

1.5 - 2.5 hours based on lesson format

Delivery Method
Series
Languages
English
Evidence Based Category
Practice Tested

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