The Food Literacy Project is proud to present a variety of resources for home learning through the joy of discovery. We hope that families can take these resources and use them to create deep and meaningful connections with their food and the land that it comes from. If you choose to do any of these activities, please share photos with us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter using the hashtags #RealFoodRealGood and #FoodLitProjLou!
Build Your Own Compost Bin – Composting is a great way to reduce food waste, and make sure that your home garden is healthy and well-fed so you can be, too!
Compost Relay – This game gets you up and moving, while teaching you how to create a healthy compost pile. Who can be the first to make a pile using the right ingredients, while leaving out things that can’t be composted?
Field-to-Fork Bingo – See if you can complete a whole row of these cooking, gardening, movement and nature activities – be the first to call out “Bingo!”
Plant Parts Dance – Learn the different parts of the plant with this fun and easy-to-remember dance! As a bonus, the back page of this activity includes a fun recipe to show you how each part of the plant can be yummy and nutritious.
Soil Shake Up – Use this activity to discover what kind of soil you have, so you know how to make it as healthy as possible to grow veggies and flowers!
Spring Garden Scavenger Hunt – Ready to go explore the new life of spring? Take this scavenger hunt booklet outside and see what you can find!
Vegetable Plant Part Exploration – In this activity, you’ll learn the role of each plant part and begin to think through which part of the plant we are eating when we eat some common vegetables. This activity will also get kids moving by walking you through the “Plant Parts Dance!”
Zip and Grow – All you need is a plastic Ziploc bag, soil, and seeds for this indoor growing activity!