Tricky Treats

This lesson is a good multicultural connection for health education and is aligned to the book titled, “Tricky Treats” by Georgia Perez. This lesson helps students identify advertisements intended to influence them when making decisions of what to eat.

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  • Health

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  • Kindergarten
  • 1st Grade
  • 2nd Grade


  • Health Kindergarten
  • Health 1
  • Health 2

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  • (K)1.3 - Discuss good and bad decisions and give an example of each.
  • (1)3.2 - Identify healthy food choices when given two options, such as carrots vs. potato chips. Identify physically active and physically inactive behaviors.
  • (2)1.2 - Describe factors that may influence health behaviors, such as family and peers.
  • (2)3.2 - Discuss the connection between making healthy food choices and physical activity.
  • (2)3.3 - Discuss individual and family food preferences. Discuss physical activities your family participates in on a regular basis.
  • (1)1.3 - Discuss good and bad decisions and give an example of each.
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