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Here are some great websites you can visit for activities that incorporate nutrition into the curriculum, or ways parents can help children learn the importance of healthy choices!

 

 Eat Smart, Play Hard

 

 

 

 

 My Pyramid for Kids

 

  Healthy Choices for Kids
 

 

 Nutrition Explorations

 

  Healthy Habits, Healthy Kids  

 

 Dole 5 A Day

 

  Education Worlds   Education Place
 

 

3 A Day Dairy

 

  Know What You Eat  

 

 
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Anniston City Schools Child Nutrition Program
4804 McClellan Blvd., Anniston, AL  36206  |    phone 256-231-5000 x 106  |  email: 
 cnp@anniston.k12.al.us
 

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