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Together we can prevent diabetes!

Eagle Adventure, Lesson 1 This week we learned how important it is to move our bodies, play hard and eat healthy foods. Eating fruits and vegetables and being active helps keep our bodies in balance. Balance is the key to staying healthy and strong.

Here is a chance to talk to an adult in your home and ask them the questions on this page. Write their answers on the line below each question. Remember to return this Nestwork and the Eagle Reciept in your folder, and you will get an Eagle Sticker. Ask an adult in your home... Did you know that eating fruits and vegetables and being active helps keep your body in balance?

1. When you were my age, what outside activity did you like to do that needed balance?

2. Now what is your favorite outside activity that needs balance?

3. What is your favorite fruit?

4. What is your favorite vegetable?

5. What outside activity would you like to do with me this week?

6. What new fruit or vegetable would you like to try with me this week?

7. Use the answers above to complete the story and read it to an adult in your home. To stay balanced, Rain That Dances wants to move his body, play hard and eat healthy foods. He really enjoys playing Answer from 2.

makes his favorite snack with Rain That Dances likes to

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outside. When Rain That Dances gets hungry, he

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or and eat

. With his friends,

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Parent or Guardian Signature: Material funded by USDA SNAP. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. For more information on SNAP or FDP, visit www.eagleadventure.com.

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NESTWORK

Together we can prevent diabetes!

Eagle Adventure, Lesson 2 This week we learned that it is important to move our bodies every day to be healthy and strong. Moving our bodies helps us have energy to play and have fun outside. We can keep our bodies healthy by moving, playing and eating fruits and vegetables.

Here is a chance to talk to an adult in your home and ask them the questions on this page to see what they know about diabetes. Write their answers on the line after each question. Remember to return this Nestwork and the Eagle Reciept in your folder, and you will get an Eagle Sticker.

Ask an adult in your home... Have you heard of diabetes?

What do you know about diabetes?

Do you know someone who has or had diabetes?

Did you know that being active and exercising helps prevent diabetes?

What are your favorite ways to be active?

What can we do together to help prevent diabetes?

This week I will do these healthy activities with a friend or family member:

My family and I will try this fruit for a snack: My family and I will try this vegetable for a snack:

Parent or Guardian Signature: Material funded by USDA SNAP. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. For more information on SNAP or FDP, visit www.eagleadventure.com.


NESTWORK

Together we can prevent diabetes!

Eagle Adventure, Lesson 3 This week we learned that it is important to eat different colors of fruits and vegetables to stay healthy and strong. We can keep our bodies healthy by moving, playing and eating colorful fruits and vegetables every day.

Challenge an adult in your home to see who can list the most fruits and vegetables below. Then work together to list why all colors of fruits and vegetables are important for your body. Be sure to share with your family what you learned. If you need a reminder, look on the Rabbit Hunt moving activity included in your Eagle Folder. Remember to return this Nestwork and the Eagle Reciept in your folder, and you will get an Eagle Sticker.

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Name as many green vegetables as you can:

Name as many red fruits as you can:

This week I will eat a fruit that is: (color)

This week I will eat a vegetable that is: (color)

Red fruits and vegetables are important for my body because Green fruits and vegetables are important for my body because Blue and purple fruits and vegetables are important for my body because White and brown fruits and vegetables are important for my body because Orange and yellow fruits and vegetables are important for my body because

Parent or Guardian Signature: Material funded by USDA SNAP. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. For more information on SNAP or FDP, visit www.eagleadventure.com.


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Together we can prevent diabetes!

Eagle Adventure, Lesson 4 This week we learned about everyday foods and sometimes foods. Fruits and vegetables are healthy everyday snacks. We can keep our bodies healthy if we eat fruits and vegetables, drink water and play hard.

Answer the questions below with a family member. Remember to return this Nestwork and the Eagle Reciept in your folder, and you will get an Eagle Sticker. 1. What everyday food did your family member have for a snack today? 2. What everyday food did you have for a snack today? 3. Why are these everyday snacks? 4. What sometimes food did your family member have for a snack today? 5. What sometimes food did you have for a snack today? 6. Why are these sometimes snacks? Use the answers above to complete the story and read it to an adult in your home. Mr. Eagle asked the children to show him the snacks from their backpacks. Rain That Dances pulled Answer from 1.

out of his backpack and Thunder Cloud brought

“Hooray for you!” said Mr. Eagle. “Those are everyday snacks because Trickster Coyote dug in his backpack and showed his snacks to Mr. Eagle. “Are and

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Answer from 2. Answer from 3.

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everyday snacks?” Coyote asked. “No, Coyote, they are not”, said

Mr. Eagle. “Those are sometimes snacks because

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This week I will do these healthy activities with a friend or family member:

My family and I want to try this Eagle Recipe this week: On the back of this sheet, draw or write about your favorite part of the Eagle Adventure Program.

Parent or Guardian Signature: Material funded by USDA SNAP. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. For more information on SNAP or FDP, visit www.eagleadventure.com.

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