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Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed)

SNAP-Ed Educational Offerings

young adults The University of Minnesota Extension SNAP-Ed team can partner with your agency on any of the educational offerings below. Click on a link to get an overview, objectives, space and time requirements, as well as more information, including whom to contact.

For Children

Choose Health: Food, Fun, and Fitness

Cooking Matters® for Kids

Eat Well & Keep Moving

Go Wild with Fruits & Veggies

Nutrition to Grow On

For Teens

Cooking Matters® for Teens

Health U: A Nutrition Curriculum for Teenagers with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Live It! Real-Life Nutrition for Teens

For Adults

Cooking is a SNAP

Cooking Matters® at the Farmers Market

Cooking Matters® at the Store

Cooking Matters® for Adults

Eat Healthy, Be Active

Healthy Cents

Healthy Life, Healthy You Boot Camp

I CAN Prevent Diabetes

Honoring the Gift of Heart Health — for American Indian adults

Simply Good Eating for English Language Learners — for English language learners

For Older Adults

Eat Smart, Live Strong

Seniors Eating Well

For Families

Back to the Kitchen: Healthy Cooking Series

Cooking Matters® for Families

Family Gardening

For Parents

Cooking Matters® for Parents

MyPlate for My Family

For Professionals and Volunteers

Let’s Cook and Eat Healthy — for direct support professionals

Nudging to Health: Promoting Healthy Choices at the Food ShelfAttend the Class; for food shelf volunteers and staff

Classroom Energizers Teacher Workshop — for school staff

Related resources

Toolkits and Resources — Toolkits, curricula, lesson plans, resources, and activities to improve food literacy, physical activity, and healthy food access in your communities.

In-Person and Online Training — Nutrition Building Blocks for Great Trays®, Workshops for School Service Professionals, Training for Child Care Providers, Targeted Food Marketing to Youth, and Classroom Energizers.

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