A great ice breaker or opening activity for any group gathering to discuss nutrition. This 15" inflatable ball challenges players with 60 questions about general nutrition, serving sizes, nutrients, and lots more. Get everyone’s attention when..
A flexible teaching tool that can combine some physical activity with nutrition education or can be used in a classroom or group setting as an icebreaker. No reading required. Help kids identify 35 foods they might not be familiar with, then learn the f..
Think color! Fruits and vegetables are listed in columns by colors: blue & purple, green, white, orange & yellow, and red. Players must correctly answer questions on the clue-and-answer cards to determine what foods can be covered on the..
Includes the SpinQuest game board (WA19478HR) and the Nutrition Question Quest card set (WA28184HR). Set of nutrition question-and-answer cards cover six categories: Nutrition Knowledge, Nutrients, Food Guide Pyramid, Minerals, Nutrition Related..
Age 11 and up.Participants identify portion sizes of a variety of healthy food choices from each group. Uses MyPlate as a guide. Includes 30 laminated bingo cards (8-1/2" x 11"), clue cards, instruction sheet, and master list. F...
Age 8 and up.Learn while having fun! Similar to the classic real-estate board game, but with a focus on positive attitudes and nutrition. Roll the dice and advance to “begin.” As you move around the board, you may get a chan...
Works with Question Quest Cards (WA32003). Six students or teams compete in a Jeopardy!®-like format with egg-shaped answer buttons that send wireless signals back to center unit, lighting up their colored egg if they were the first to answ..
Set of 6 Extra Wireless Student Buttons for Eggspert®
Create games to fit your own curriculum using this giant spinner wheel! The huge 26" H x 20" W, colorful SpinQuest board features a smooth-turning, 18" dia. wheel with a dry-erase surface - enabling you to write your own question..
Learn proper portion sizes recommended by the USDA’s MyPlate while playing bingo! Cards depict foods and drinks that fall into five categories (grains, vegetables, fruits, dairy, and protein). Players must correctly answer questions on the clue..
A great way to learn and review the USDA’s new guidelines. The object of the game is for each player to complete his or her own personal plate based on age, gender, and activity level by answering questions correctly. Players also learn practical ..