Food and Nutrition Presentations

For the 2022-2023 school year we are excited to offer virtual presentations for elementary students throughout the province. Presentations are live and delivered virtually by a registered dietitian via the Google Meet platform.

Content is based off Canada’s Food Guide and focuses on all foods and drinks, not just milk! Presentation content has also been reviewed to meet select Government of NL Department of Education Health Curriculum Guide outcomes related to nutrition.

For more information regarding each presentation, please review the grade level teacher guides below and/or contact our Nutrition Education Coordinator.


“Eating Everyday” (Kindergarten)

Through discussion and activity we’ll learn which foods and drinks help us play, learn, and grow.

Kindergarten Teacher Guide

Kindergarten Eating Everyday (English)

Kindergarten Eating Everyday (French)


“Food and our Body: Part One” (Grade 1)

Learn the benefits of consuming foods and drinks in Canada’s Food Guide. Students will play a jeopardy-like trivia game and participate in an activity sorting foods and drinks into food groups.

Grade 1 Teacher Guide

Grade 1 Letter A Worksheet (English)

Grade 1 Letter B Worksheet (English)

Grade 1 Letter C Worksheet (English)

Grade 1 Letter A Worksheet (French)

Grade 1 Letter B Worksheet (French)

Grade 1 Letter C Worksheet (French)


“Food and our Body: Part Two” (Grade 2)

Students will learn about Canada’s Food Guide including food variety and the benefits of drinking water. Games include a jeopardy-like trivia game and brainstorming activity involving ways to eat a variety of familiar foods.

Grade 2 Teacher Guide

Grade 2 Food Variety (English)

Grade 2 Food Variety (French)


“My Plate: Part 1 (Grade 3)

A look into Canada’s Food Guide and the food and drink options it contains. Students will then participate in a food-focused ‘I Spy’ activity using food grouping pictures.

Grade 3 Teacher Guide

Grade 3 My Plate (English)

Grade 3 My Plate (French)


“My Plate: Part 2” (Grade 4)

Students will learn about the differences between whole and processed foods. How to use the Canada’s Food Guide Eat Well Plate to plan meals and snacks will be reviewed, followed by a fun Jamboard activity.

Grade 4 Teacher Guide

Grade 4 Make a Meal Worksheet (English

Grade 4 Make a Meal Worksheet (French)


“All About Food” (Grade 5)

A deeper look into Canada’s Food Guide food groups and label reading. Students will build on this knowledge while learning to read food labels and complete activities comparing Nutrition Facts Tables and Ingredient Lists.

Grade 5 Teacher Guide

Grade 5 Be a Food Detective (English)

Grade 5 Be a Food Detective (French)


“Food and Eating: Know All About It” (Grade 6)

Learn how our food environment influences what we eat and drink. Students will learn how eating well is about more than the food you eat. SMART goals are discussed and practiced by forming an action plan on Jamboard.

Grade 6 Teacher Guide

Grade 6 Eating Action Plan (English)

Grade 6 Eating Action Plan (French)


For more information, please contact:

Amanda O’Brien MSc, RD

Nutrition Education Coordinator

(709) 364-2777

Milk Facts

carton iconHow much milk should I drink each day?

Canada’s Food Guide recommends that students consume 2-4 servings of milk products daily. Milk and milk products provide students with 15 essential nutrients, including bone-building calcium and the energy needed to perform their best.