Nutrition education program presented


Courtesy photo The Lone Jack Family Resource Youth Service Center in collaboration with Christy Blevins from the Bell County Cooperative Extension Service provided a nutrition education program to preschool and kindergarten students on Sept. 10. Blevins read the students a story, D.W., The Picky Eater. The main idea of the story was spinach being a healthy snack. After the story, Blevins asked the students questions about the story and they used their five senses to explore and investigate pieces of spinach.


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The Lone Jack Family Resource Youth Service Center in collaboration with Christy Blevins from the Bell County Cooperative Extension Service provided a nutrition education program to preschool and kindergarten students on Sept. 10. Blevins read the students a story, D.W., The Picky Eater. The main idea of the story was spinach being a healthy snack. After the story, Blevins asked the students questions about the story and they used their five senses to explore and investigate pieces of spinach.

Courtesy photo The Lone Jack Family Resource Youth Service Center in collaboration with Christy Blevins from the Bell County Cooperative Extension Service provided a nutrition education program to preschool and kindergarten students on Sept. 10. Blevins read the students a story, D.W., The Picky Eater. The main idea of the story was spinach being a healthy snack. After the story, Blevins asked the students questions about the story and they used their five senses to explore and investigate pieces of spinach.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Picky-Eaters.jpgCourtesy photo The Lone Jack Family Resource Youth Service Center in collaboration with Christy Blevins from the Bell County Cooperative Extension Service provided a nutrition education program to preschool and kindergarten students on Sept. 10. Blevins read the students a story, D.W., The Picky Eater. The main idea of the story was spinach being a healthy snack. After the story, Blevins asked the students questions about the story and they used their five senses to explore and investigate pieces of spinach.
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