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 Mar 2015 - In the News
Good News for Parents: Study Shows Kids Eating More Healthy Food at School
Notes on Nutrition: Whole grains
Playtime Isn’t Just for Preschoolers
Research: Outlines Improve Learning from Videos
Student-Built Boat Takes Scientific Mission To The High Seas
 Field Trip Spotlight
Take your group on a field trip to your local HEB store and see all that Healthy Buddy is doing to promote smart food choices, good nutrition and physical activity.
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A Recipe for Eating More Nutrients
March is National Nutrition Month and a great time to help students focus on ways to get all the nutrients they need.
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It Is Easy to Find the Nutrients in Copps Stores
Copps grocery stores are making it very easy for shoppers to identify healthy foods. Customers who want organic products or produce rich in vitamin C need only to look for the easy to read label.
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7 Earth Day Tips to Share with Students
  1. Throw your garbage in a trash can. This seems obvious, but litter in our storm drains is still an issue and it is negatively impacting our rivers, lakes, and oceans.
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" My first grade students loved the field trip to H-E-B. I will definitely book this field trip again next year. Thanks for everything. "
Sherry Butler - Educator, San Antonio, TX
About Field Trip Factory™

As leaders in experience-based education, Field Trip Factory™ brings important lessons to life for students of all ages. Over the last 20 years, its programs have touched more than 10 million lives across the US and Canada. By participating in hands-on activities within real-world environments, participants experience learning in a whole new way. All Field Trip Factory™ programs are grade/age appropriate and align with national/local learning standards.


Thanks to the support of our partners, all Field Trip Factory™ experiential-learning programs are FREE! To learn more, please visit us at www.FieldTripFactory.com or call 1.800.987.6409.

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