You will find below a picture of a dinner plate. You will need to have your parents print out the picture and draw a picture of your dinner plate! For example, if you eat chicken, peas, and rice, draw a picture of the chicken on the plate, a picture of your peas, and a picture of the rice. Once you have drawn your plate, write down each food in the correct category of the food pyramid. Afterwards, under your food pyramid, write down whether or not you think your meal is a balanced meal! You will also need to print out the food pyramid in order to complete the activity. You will find a picture of it below as well.
Activity 2: Matching QR Codes
For this next activity we are going to see how well you know your food pyramid and food groups! We have created a series of QR codes that your teacher will print and cut and scatter on the table. Your job is to scan the QR codes with a mobile device or classroom computer and match them to their partner! For example, if you scan a code and it says, "Grapes", you will find its match which would be "Fruit." Below are the with the printable QR codes for your teacher to cut out. In order to scan the QR codes you will need to download a free app. We like to use