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This Manitoba-based guide provides program planners with resources on how to implement a cooking program for children aged six to eleven.
The intention of this how-to manual is to share lessons learned by the London Community Health Resource Centre from their community-based cooking program for at-risk youth, age 13-18. The goal is to facilitate knowledge transfer to like-minded community agencies interested in enhancing food literacy.
This evidence summary from Australia provides recommendations for planning comprehensive interventions based on the best available evidence current as of June 2009 on increasing fruit and vegetable consumption among children aged 5 to 12 years.
This toolkit supports a Big Crunch event and provides a registration form, practical information to implement the event, and curriculum related resources. Note: these resources are based on school curriculum relevant to Saskatchewan, whereas Ontario’s Health and Education curriculum may vary.
This BC-based toolkit helps garden coordinators to select, plant and harvest vegetables during the school year. Tips on where to source materials, how to plan for summer care, and lesson plans are also included.
Nibi Giinwiindawan (We Are Water) is a five module curriculum for communities/schools/youth programs interested in creating dialogue and discussion around the human relationship with water. Combining western and traditional knowledge and methods, youth will discover and share their own stories surrounding the vital importance and sacredness of water.
The Sugar Shocker Education Kit from Alberta provides fun, interactive activities to help children and youth learn about healthy drinks choices.
Food Skills for Families is a hands-on curriculum based program that makes healthy eating, shopping and cooking easy, quick and fun. Diabetes Canada offers this successful six-session program to teach people how to make healthy meals, snacks and beverage choices and to gain confidence in the kitchen. Programs are delivered to targeted, at risk populations.
A curriculum based nutritional intervention in California focused on improving school food services, offering healthy menu items made from locally-grown, sustainable ingredients.In Ontario, schools must comply with PPM 150: school food and beverage policy.

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