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Nutrition PowerPoint:

Slide 1: Introduction - Welcome to our lesson on nutrition! - Today, we will learn about different food groups and the nutrients needed to keep us healthy.

Slide 2: What is Nutrition? - Nutrition is the process of providing our bodies with the right nutrients to stay healthy. - Nutrients are substances found in food that our bodies need to function properly.

Slide 3: The Food Groups - There are five main food groups: 1. Fruits and vegetables 2. Grains 3. Protein 4. Dairy 5. Fats and sugars

Slide 4: Fruits and Vegetables - Fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber. - They help to keep our immune system strong and protect us from diseases.

Slide 5: Grains - Grains provide us with energy and are a good source of carbohydrates. - Examples of grains include rice, bread, pasta, and cereals.

Slide 6: Protein - Protein is important for growth and repair of our body tissues. - Good sources of protein include meat, fish, eggs, beans, and nuts.

Slide 7: Dairy - Dairy products like milk, cheese, and yogurt are rich in calcium and vitamin D. - They help to keep our bones and teeth strong.

Slide 8: Fats and Sugars - Fats and sugars should be consumed in moderation. - Too much fat can lead to weight gain and health problems. - Sugary foods and drinks can cause tooth decay and increase the risk of diseases like diabetes.

Slide 9: Sorting Activity - Now it’s time for a fun activity! - In pairs or groups, you will sort different foods into the correct food group category. - Use the worksheets provided or draw your own foods.

Slide 10: Nutrients Information Sheet - After completing the sorting activity, stick in the information sheet about nutrients. - This will help you remember which nutrients are needed to keep us healthy.

Conclusion: - Nutrition is important for our overall health and well-being. - By eating a balanced diet and getting the right nutrients, we can stay healthy and strong. - Remember to make healthy food choices and enjoy a variety of foods from each food group.

Resources: - Worksheets x2 - PowerPoint - Nutrients sheet