Collards & Sense: A Food Dollars Curriculum for High School Students

Kayla Pins, a Family &Consumer Science teacher from Iowa, who was featured HERE, has been busy creating Collards & Sense: A free curriculum for high school students that helps students make wise choices with their food dollars. She has graciously given me permission to share this amazing 10 day curriculum that is full of meaningful, engaging and enriching lessons and activities! It is designed to be taught by any teacher and in any class, Family and Consumer Sciences certified or not, and kitchen setup or not. Activities are hands-on but require very little prep or purchasing for the teacher.

Without further ado…..Collards & Sense!


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1 comment for “Collards & Sense: A Food Dollars Curriculum for High School Students

  1. Dawn F.
    May 22, 2018 at 5:34 am

    Thank you for sharing this lesson. I've spent the weekend going over it and tailoring it for my students. This is going to be a lifesaver for the last few days of class. Thank you for quality resources.

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