3-5 Social Science
Sugar Sweetened Beverage Intake
Fruit & Vegetable Intake
Description of Standard
Listening actively to spoken English in a range of social and academic contexts.
Know the give nutrient groups and the functions
Explain the influence of nutrition and physical activity on health.
Consider the interactions among nutrition science, ecosystems, agriculture, and social systems that affect health, including local, national, and global perspectives
Recognize that family and cultural influences affect food choices.
Discuss the ways in which physical geography, including climate, influenced how the local Indian nations adapted to their natural environment (e.g. how they obtained food, clothing, tools)
Discuss the importance of public virtue and the role of citizens, including how to participate in a classroom, in the community, and in civic life
Understand that some goods are made locally, some elsewhere in the United States, and some abroad. Identify examples of food items associated with a neighborhood, city, state, or country.
Understand that individual economic choices involve trade-offs and the evaluation of benefits and costs.
Students demonstrate knowledge of physical fitness concepts, principles, and strategies to improve health and performance
Practice how to take personal responsibility for limiting sugar (and salt) consumption in foods, snacks and beverages.