How To Make A Week’s Worth of Vegan Lunches for $15 at Trader Joe’s
A lot of college kids spend the majority of their money on food. Unfortunately, if you’re living the life of a broke college student, it’s hard to find food that won’t break the bank. Nowadays, it seems that you can’t enter any food establishment without spending at least $10 (unless of course you opt for the always faithful pizza and bagels).
These Food Groups Sorting Mats With Real Photos include 6 unique sorting mats that focus on identifying the 5 food groups with a junk food themed bonus mat. (Please see preview photos for details.) At an independent workstation, center or language group, students complete the following sorting and classification activities. Sorting Fruit Sorting Vegetables Sorting Meat/Protein Sorting Grains Sorting Dairy Sorting Junk Food
Ramen Noodles – a food staple for any and every college student. It’s easy to make: open the lid halfway, pour the seasoning, fill it up to the line with boiling hot water, cover it and let sit for a few minutes, and there you have it! A meal done almost instantly. It is easy to […]
Calm Down Techniques - Books, Posters, and Supports
Calm Down Techniques will help you teach your students strategies to calm down when they are upset. It includes a class read aloud, calm down posters, calm down cards, yoga cards, deep breaths visual, book list, positive notes, and more!
This pin is about food and how this can negatively or positively affect your stress levels. This relates to the topic of stress because food can actually impact a person's stress levels. We pinned this because food is a quick and easy way to help deal with stress.