The Food Trust's Online Learning Hub
A weekly one-stop shop for teachers, caregivers, families and individuals looking to eat healthy and get active!
Our team of nutrition educators are proud to share their nutrition education lessons! Every two weeks, join us for new seasonal recipes and fun interactive lessons. There's something for everyone; from school-age to adults, you'll be introduced to topics such as building healthy meals, having fun with exercise and going green with gardening. We hope you try something new!
Shopping at the Farmers Market!
Welcome to our new summer series featuring lessons from Just Say Yes. Every two weeks, we will upload a lesson featuring a new seasonal recipe! Follow along as we share ways to save money on fruits and vegetables, nutrition tips from MyPlate, and how to earn food coupons to use at your next trip to a participating Food Trust farmers market.
This week, watch Jenn talk about fruits and vegetables and the importance of eating a rainbow. You have the option to watch Jenn teach the lesson in English or Spanish. Afterwards, Wayne shows us how to make a "Summer Strawberry and Kalamata Salad", using ingredients you can find at your local store or farmers market. Thanks for watching and come back next for another lesson and recipe!
Monthly Lessons for Grades K-6, 2020-2021 School Year
Click a video below to participate in our last month of nutrition lessons for the 2020-2021 school year!
Our educators have put together 4 fun lessons for you to enjoy. Don't forget to pop over to watch our shorter videos about making a salsa garden, whipping up your own crunchy celery stick snack, and fun exercises to get moving this spring!
Join us in learning about different fruits and vegetables as we explore our way through the Grow it,Try it, Like it! curriculum with our SNAP-Ed nutrition educator, Ms. Sam!
MYPLATE KID'S PLACE
Check out this awesome resource from USDA's MyPlate program. You can find fun videos, songs, worksheets, recipes, and games to engage kids in nutrition education.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider. This material was funded by USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) through the PA Department of Human Services (DHS).