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Picky Eaters Try New Things: Practicing Manners and Discovering the Fun of Food!

In this short class, we will read the story "Little Pea", talk about the fun of trying new foods, practice key phrases for good manners when trying new foods, and start a week-long challenge of trying one new food a day!
Natalie Maxwell
38 total reviews for this teacher
3 reviews for this class
Completed by 17 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
35 minutes
per class
Meets once
year olds
learners per class
per learner

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Students will make connections to a fictional character, learn how the brain and body try new foods, use appropriate phrases for trying a new food, and practice trying new food. 
I have experience teaching this lesson and these practices to my own three boys and many other preschool children and neighborhood friends. It's something I am passionate about and a skill I would love to share with you and your children!
There is a TRY TEN CHALLENGE Chart attached to this lesson.

You can have your child complete it three different ways:
1. Reward your child by trying a new food 10 times.
2. Reward your child by trying 10 new foods.
3. Reward your child by trying one new food a day for 10 days.

Most importantly, enjoy the process! Participate with them! 
 2 files available upon enrollment
It may be helpful to print out the TRY TEN CHALLENGE and completion certificate before class so it is familiar to your child when I introduce it in class. I have found having a baby doll or stuffed animal nearby that children can use for role play helps children express and practice the manners conversation more comfortably.
Parents can issue a certificate to their children when their New Foods Adventure Chart is completed. 
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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Natalie Maxwell
Lives in the United States
Your All in One Teacher and Entertainment for the Day!
38 total reviews
38 completed classes

About Me


I am an active educator and I've been teaching children in all kinds of ways for the last 13 years. I have a Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education. I have taught 5th grade in a public... 
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