Do your students or children love the heroes in the movies and on T.V.? I am sure they do! Let’s use that love for superheroes to talk to kids about the heroes in their lives each and every day!
Plus, we can even use their love for superheroes to help promote healthy eating through health and nutrition teaching!
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Below are three ideas on how to use Superheros to promote healthy habits in your students and children.
Idea #1: Everyday Hero Posters
- Discuss with students what a hero is and how they not only see them on T.V., but in everyday life.
- Have students identify an everyday hero in their lives.
- Write a letter to that hero explaining why they are a hero in their lives.
Idea #2: Free Healthy Hero Sticker Book
On bananas right now, you will see the Dole Marvel stickers. Have your kids print out this free sticker book and collect the stickers. They can even color the superheroes in the book.
Best part? There is a delish recipe to go with the bananas they are collecting!
Idea #3- Free Hero Mask & Recipe
Grab this free healthy hero mask and have your kids color and wear it while they make this recipe!
In the classroom? Use the recipe as a way to teach kids math skills, etc.
I am so excited to share that I am collaborating with Dole Food Company for their newest initiative, “Dole Healthy Heroes, Assemble!” inspired by the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Dole wants to recognize everyday heroes in all walks of life and encourage them to continue their impactful leadership. Stay tuned to learn how you can enter a contest to win $1,000 and receive a Marvel-inspired Dole prize pack.
For more information on “Dole Healthy Heroes, Assemble!” campaign, head over to Dole.com/Disney.