|Intro to Ontario Agri-Food Education Inc. (OAFE)
The first episode of Ontario Agri-Food Education Inc.’s resource enhancement series, this four minute video is an introduction to the organization, products and services offered to educators.
This episode enhances the resource “Pizza Perfect” and the nutritional component that links to the four food groups in Canada’s Food Guide.
Geared to students in grades 3 and 4, this episode includes a video, interactive game and a PDF of Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide.
Abobe Acrobat Reader required.
|Food! To Your Good Health – Vitamins, Minerals and Nutrients
This episode enhances the resource Food! To Your Good Health for students grade 9 -12. With a focus on healthy eating and nutrition, the information is taken up a notch and goes through nutrition in some detail through video, interactive game and many informative PDFs including a PDF of Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide.
This podcast was created to complement the VeggieMania Grades 3-5 Teacher Guide for teachers to use in their classrooms.
This resource makes learning about vegetables fun. The Teacher Guide is full of games and activities to engage students and teach them about the nutritional values of vegetables.
This podcast has an interactive game, two activity sheets, a reference PDF and a PDF of Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide to show the link between vegetables and their place in our diets. There are many
helpful links to different online resources.
|Teacher Workshops: Food for Thought!
OAFE’s Professional Development Workshops provide a wide range of curriculum linked teaching strategies, ideas for student activities and assessment suggestions from the environment to healthy eating topics.
|FSI: Food Scene Investigation
This podcast was created to complement the Labelling Literacy Teachers’ Guide for Grades 4-6 and designed for use in the classroom by both students and teachers.
This resource teaches students about reading and understanding food label contents. Using labels from common food products, students will learn how to interpret and understand information on labels in order to make well-informed, healthy, food choices.
This podcast includes an interactive game, two activity sheets, a PDF of Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide, and links to other helpful resources on the internet.