www.appsforhealthykids.com Apps for Healthy Kids The Apps for Healthy Kids competition is a part of First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! campaign to end childhood obesity within a generation. Apps for Healthy Kids challenges software developers, game designers, students, and other innovators to develop fun and engaging software tools and games that drive children, especially “tweens” (ages 9-12) – directly or through their parents – to eat better and be more physically active

http://www.calorieking.com CalorieKing

www.dole5aday.com Dole5Aday. (K-6) INTERACTIVE  Dole Food Company’s Nutrition and Health Program was founded in 1991. This program is recognized in the U.S. and throughout the world as a leader in children’s nutrition education and the 5 A Day for Better Health Program.  There are links for kids, media, food service, teachers, family & friends, & retailers. The 5 A Day for Better Health Program is a national program to encourage all Americans to eat 5 to 9 servings of fruits and vegetables every day for good health.

www.kidsfood.com KidsFood  (3-8) A recipe site for children.

http://www.thefruitpages.com The Fruit Page INTERACTIVE  This site has everything you want to know about fruit.  Good teaching resource.

http://www.moomilk.com MooMilk. INTERACTIVE  This site is from the Dairy Industry and includes links, information, games, recipes and more all related to Milk.

http://www.onlineschools.org/student-nutrition-guide Nutrition Guide for Stduents (6-12)

www.nutritionexplorations.org  Nutrition Explorations (6-12) INTERACTIVE The National Dairy Council (NDC), the nutrition marketing arm of Dairy Management Inc.™, has been the leader in dairy nutrition research, education and communication since 1915. NDC provides timely, scientifically sound nutrition information to the media, physicians, dietitians, nurses, educators, consumers and others concerned about fostering a healthier society. 

http://www.wisconline.org/objects/index_tj.asp?objID=DTY1403 Understanding the Nutritional Facts Label  Learners take a close look at the information on product labels concerning fat, fiber, and serving sizes. A quiz follows the lesson.

www.nutrition.gov US Gov Nutrition Site. (6-12)  This is a very comprehensive nutrition sponsored by the US government.