The idea is simple: kids all over America host food drives. This is the perfect opportunity to provide education about healthy eating and encourage the donation of healthy food for fellow Americans in need. Today, SuperKids for SuperFoods is soaring in popularity, reach, and most importantly, impact. On track to grow by leaps and bounds in 2014, with over 20,000 youth empowered as leaders in their schools and communities to Give the Gift of Health to neighbors facing food insecurity.
Looking for a quick and fun educational engagement resource?
The SuperKids OlympiKs Game Book (link below) provides step-by-step instructions for fun and age-appropriate games such as The Choice is Right, SuperFood Jeopardy, SuperFood Bingo, SuperFood Survivor and The Biggest Winner. The Game Book is appropriate for diverse settings: from large school-wide assemblies to small after school programs. Play a game, learn about hunger and healthy eating, then go into the community as healthy eating champions to collect healthy food for the local food pantry.
Looking for something more in-depth?
The SuperKids for SuperFoods service learning program is a 6-week interactive curriculum, designed to educate students on health and the benefits of eating nutrient-dense foods, while offering a community-wide approach to alleviating hunger through the collection of healthy food for the local food pantry.