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New Let's Eat Healthy Curriculum for K, 1st and 2nd Grades!

New in 2021, the updated curriculum uses the latest nutrition guidance and shorter, turnkey lessons that incorporate SEL for easy educator use!

Free for California Educators!

Revised in 2021, the new Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade curriculum have tons of new features including:

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It integrates into literally every single subject. My students love the new food group characters. They laugh, giggle and have so much fun learning their names and cute pictures. I love how the new curriculum is so engaging and so fun for kids to learn.
Sheryl Miller, Kindergarten Teacher, Blanche Reynolds Elementary School
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New Let's Eat Healthy Curriculum Blog Post

Learn more about what features of the new Let's Eat Healthy K - 2 curriculum are new.

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Teacher Tested!

Aligned to state standards, translated into Spanish and tested with real California teachers are highlights of the extensive development process to create the new Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade curriculum!

Development Process

Pre- and post-assessment testing data showed student knowledge gains of 50%, 29% and 23% in Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grades, respectively.

Testing Data

Social and Emotional Learning

Highlighted and embedded throughout the programs are Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) skills to help identify, learn and practice:

The heart-icon in the Educator Guide showcases SEL activities for easy reference during instruction.


SEL Ed Guide Image


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The breakfast lesson sparked the most interest for students. They loved talking about breakfast foods, and the model for putting together food groups was a good method for understanding it.
Kirsten Choy, 1st Grade Teacher, Walnut Creek Elem, Walnut Creek, CA
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Explore Nutrition Curriculum for Your Students!

Free in California, nutrition education products are available to teach important life skills.