Order materials for use with an FNEP audience (FNP and/or EFNEP)
through your regional office.
Approved Curriculum & Resource Lists
These are checklists of all the materials needed for each
curriculum – teaching and marketing materials – as well as where to
find the following forms: food restriction, consent,
evaluation and reporting. Some materials are found in Publications,
others are on the Web or the FNEP share drive.
Eating from the Garden
Live It! (updated Pyramid Plus)
Jump Into Foods and Fitness Checklist
Kids in the Kitchen Checklist
The Lewis and Clark
Expedition: A Journey of Food Discovery
Teen Parents Checklist
Show Me Nutrition Checklists:
Eat Smart Live Strong
Eating Smart, Being Active
Eating Smart, Being Active During Pregnancy
Eating Smart, Being Active – Feeding Your New Baby
Eating Smart, Being Active – Feeding Your Baby Solid Foods
Loving Your Family, Feeding Their Future
Food Related Intergenerational Discussion Group Experiences (FRIDGE)
Show Me Nutrition Newsletters in English & Spanish (Pre-K–Grade 5)
Eating Smart, Being Active
Jump into Foods and Fitness
The Jump Into Foods & Fitness curriculum is designed to teach
students, grades three through five, about healthy eating and
physical activity. Each lesson includes opportunities for students
to learn about and practice healthy eating and physical activity
habits. A family newsletter, reinforcing classroom lessons,
accompanies each lesson.
- Lesson 1: Pyramids for health
- Lesson 2: Go the distance with grains
- Lesson 3: High 5 for health
- Lesson 4: Moving and motion
- Lesson 5: Power up the day
- Lesson 6: On the go
- Lesson 7: Choices for good health
- Lesson 8: Celebrating JIFF
Identifying New Educational Materials (doc)
Show Me Nutrition Alternate Activities
Criteria for Choosing Music for Physical Activity in FNEP (doc)
Show Me Nutrition Education Displays
The Show Me
Nutrition Education Displays are designed to reach teachers who will
take the information into the classroom and share with their
students. With these exhibits we are “training trainers” to deliver
good nutrition messages.
Use of 4-H Materials in FNEP Programs
Lessons for adults – core lessons include:
- Get Moving!
- Plan, Shop, $ave
- Vary Your Veggies, Focus on Fruit
- Make Half Your Grains Whole
- Build Strong Bones
- Go Lean with Protein and Iron
- Make a Change
- Celebrate! Eat Smart and Be Active
Additional lessons address nutrition during pregnancy and feeding infants and children.
Lessons for pregnant and parenting teens on healthy nutrition habits
for improved birth outcomes. Also covers breast-feeding and feeding
babies and toddlers.
Through Food Power Classroom Activities, the Food Power Adventure and
the Food Power Digest, elementary school
students learn the importance of healthy food choices and regular
physical activity. As students travel the path food takes from the
farmer’s field to the sports field, they learn where the food they
eat comes from and how it gives them the energy to grow and play.
Food Power Young Adventure
As an integral compliment to the Food Power curriculum, Young
Adventure targets early childhood through kindergarten aged
students. The program is titled “Healthily Ever After”. Using
nursery rhyme puppet characters and music, students are introduced
to eating a variety of foods, being physically active, and washing
hands to kill germs. A parent digest with family cooking ideas,
games, and resources is sent home to reinforce learning concepts.
Food Power Round Up
Round Up offers an enrichment option to the Food Power curriculum.
Designed as a traveling nutrition assembly performance for grades
2nd to 4th, the program uses puppetry, music, and audience
participation learning. Content information helps support students
in making positive food and physical activity choices. Classroom
activity handouts for teachers follow up are provided.
Jump into Action
Jump Into Action is a team-taught, school-based program to change
food behaviors and increase physical activity in fifth-grade
students. Jump Into Action helps students make healthy food choices
and be more physically active. Students in Jump Into Action learn
how fast they are growing now and about the food choices that can
help them. They set goals to drink more milk and fewer sodas and
other sweetened drinks. Fitting in five or more fruits and
vegetables helps them hit their fiber target. They read nutrition
facts and ingredient lists on food labels to make informed food
choices. Students also learn about the connection between physical
activity and healthy weight. They use pedometers to see how active
they are. They learn to trade screen time for 60 minutes of physical
activity every day.