By National Kale Day, this resource has activities such as leaf rubbings with kale to kale chromatography experiments. It also has some ideas for celebrating kale on college campuses.Learn More
A great handout with links to curricula for K-12 — exploring winter-hearty greens, the components of leaves and making a kale salad (for early childhood and lower elementary); learning about government and vegetables while “electing”...Learn More
In this activity, students will learn about kale and the benefits of preserving food. To teach this lesson, the class will create dried kale with a dehydrator. Once the kale is dehydrated, students will compare...Learn More
This resource provides a variety of worksheets for students ranging from K-6. Each activity is geared towards nutritional and health education, teaching the importance of eating healthy and exercising.Learn More
Students will observe varieties of kale using different sensory skills and compare and contrast them as a class.Learn More
Good morning, this is _____, with a Harvest of the Month soundbite. Did you know that on average the food you eat travels 1,500 miles from where it is grown to reach your plate? This week we are featuring fresh, healthy, LOCALLY GROWN foods in the cafeteria. Look for KALE grown by local farmers (name the farm(s) you’re purchasing from if you can) in school lunches this month. Can you taste the difference?