Crunch&Sip® is a set time in primary schools for students to ‘refuel’ on vegetables, salad and fruit and ‘rehydrate’ with water. Students who are not hungry and are well hydrated perform better in the classroom, show increased concentration, and are less likely to be irritable and disruptive.
The Crunch&Sip Resource Pack contains:
- The Crunch&Sip school implementation guide
- Food and nutrition focused classroom activities that fit within the NSW primary school PDHPE curriculum and also meet other cross-curricula outcomes
- Short lesson ideas based around healthy eating
- Background nutrition information and helpful resources.
Find the pack here.
Help students choose water as a drink.
Did you know 56% of primary and 80% of secondary school students do not eat the recommended daily amount of vegetables? For tips and ideas visit the following link.
Find out which foods to eat and how much.
This easy to read chart shows the rainbow colours of fruit and vegetables and their health benefits.