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Educational Offerings

Go Wild with Fruits & Veggies!

Go Wild with Fruits & Veggies! is an educational program that encourages children in 3rd through 5th grade to eat more fruits and vegetables and become more physically active.


Participants in Go Wild with Fruits & Veggies! will:

Space and Time Requirements

This program consists of seven, 45-60 minute lessons. Lessons mix classroom instruction and activities, including games, exercise, reading, and tasting demonstrations. Sessions can be adapted to meet the learning needs of participants, and within reason to fit the space and time needs of the partnering agency.

More Information

Go Wild with Fruits & Veggies! uses animal characters and interactive activities to explain why fruits, vegetables, and physical activity are good for children’s growing bodies. The program provides opportunities to taste fruits and vegetables during each lesson, at school, and at home, and challenges students to add physical activity to their school day. Along the way, students also learn facts about wildlife, local foods, “going green,” and food safety.

To find out more about this program or explore the possibilities of this program being offered at your agency, contact the SNAP-Ed Team.

Related resources

SNAP-Ed Educational Offerings for Children — Learn about the educational offerings for children that SNAP-Ed team members deliver across the state.

Healthy bodies, healthy minds, healthy learners — The Children, Youth, and Family Consortium is engaging in a partnership with Bruce Vento Elementary School to develop engaging learning environments that enhance student academic success.

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