Teaching resources

Healthy Kids Association developed resources

Crunch&Sip curriculum materials – a comprehensive resource that covers food groups, everyday vs sometimes foods, the importance of water, and fruit and vegetables. It also includes worksheets, quick brain breaks and an A-Z of fruit and vegetables.

Crunch&Sip healthy eating games – a set of four games that cover similar themes to the Crunch&Sip curriculum materials. Fruit & Veg Grab (Early Stage 1/Stage 1), Everyday and Sometimes Food (Stage 1/Stage 2), Hydration Station (Stage2/Stage 3) and Food Group Match (Stage 2/Stage 3).

Fruit & Veg Month curriculum materials – 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019.

Vegetable Science Interactive Whiteboard Materials – these can also be completed by students on computer and tablets.

Fruit and Veg Power Interactive Whiteboard Materials – these can also be completed by students on computer and tablets.

How to link the canteen to the classroom or watch this video

Other resources

Australian Guide to Healthy Eating – the guide, associated resources, access the Food Balance Game

Superhero Foods HQ – resources available for teachers and health educators; this fun and fresh approach to nutrition education and cooking aims to empower children to make healthy lifestyle choices.

WA Refresh ED – WA Health K-10 food and nutrition curriculum materials

Healthy eating curriculum kit – South Australian Department of Education – a set of curriculum materials based around The Australian Guide to Healthy Eating and Australian Dietary Guidelines

Live Life Well@School  – Nutrition resources for teachers

Phenomenom – a free digital toolkit for teachers which includes an online library of videos and audio that act as springboards for curriculum-aligned PDF lesson plans

The Magic Lunchbox – link to an online story book

Healthy Active Kids (Nestle and Australian Institute of Sport) – classroom activities, games, videos