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Dairy Council of California School Curriculum

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If you’re looking for school curriculum, the Dairy Council of California has excellent materials for K-8. Here’s more about them.

The materials provided by the Dairy Council of California emphasize healthy activity and eating patterns through math and language arts for California K-8 teachers.

Details of Dairy Council of California Curriculum

This K-8 curriculum covers the concepts of exercise and healthy food choices. This curriculum offers bilingual materials that are aligned with multiple subjects within California content standards. Many kits include visual aids and posters to reinforce the lesson. The curriculum starts with learning the basic principles of healthy activity and eating patterns for the younger grades. For students in the upper-grade levels, decision making and real-world challenges are emphasized. Teacher training is also available to increase the educator’s comfort with the material.

Next, take a look at our great nutrition and physical activity curriculum from SuperKids Nutrition and the American Institute for Cancer Research.

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Solange Bushra Wasef, MS, RD

Solange Bushra Wasef, MS, RD is a registered dietitian and professor in the greater Los Angeles area. She is currently an Assistant Professor at Palomar College. Solange also has experience in nutrition writing, authoring presentations, creating weight-loss curriculum, weight counseling, and nutrition outreach through meal delivery programs for the homebound. Prior to teaching nutrition at the college level, she taught language arts and math to high school students.

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