Lessons in a Box Make a Difference for Head Start Youth

Kelly K Kunkel, Ghaffar A. Hurtado, Stephanie Conrad, Brianna Routh, Ju Ri Joeng, Megan Harrison

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This article examines the health education implications of targeted nutrition lesson plans at Head Start programs in south central Minnesota. The Head Start program in Mankato and theUniversity of Minnesota Extension collaborated to deliver and evaluate a nutrition education program directed at preschool children and their families. Nine lesson plans on various nutrition topics were developed and delivered to Head Start preschoolers. The program goals were to increase nutrition-related knowledge among children, improve healthy eating patterns/preferences, and increase physical activity. The evaluation intended to determine program effects and participant changes towards healthy eating habits.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number3RIB4
JournalJournal of Extension
Volume51
Issue number3
StatePublished - Sep 25 2013

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Kunkel, K. K., Hurtado, G. A., Conrad, S., Routh, B., Joeng, J. R., & Harrison, M. (2013). Lessons in a Box Make a Difference for Head Start Youth. Journal of Extension, 51(3), [3RIB4].

Lessons in a Box Make a Difference for Head Start Youth. / Kunkel, Kelly K; Hurtado, Ghaffar A.; Conrad, Stephanie; Routh, Brianna; Joeng, Ju Ri; Harrison, Megan.

In: Journal of Extension, Vol. 51, No. 3, 3RIB4, 25.09.2013.

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Kunkel, KK, Hurtado, GA, Conrad, S, Routh, B, Joeng, JR & Harrison, M 2013, 'Lessons in a Box Make a Difference for Head Start Youth', Journal of Extension, vol. 51, no. 3, 3RIB4.
Kunkel KK, Hurtado GA, Conrad S, Routh B, Joeng JR, Harrison M. Lessons in a Box Make a Difference for Head Start Youth. Journal of Extension. 2013 Sep 25;51(3). 3RIB4.
Kunkel, Kelly K ; Hurtado, Ghaffar A. ; Conrad, Stephanie ; Routh, Brianna ; Joeng, Ju Ri ; Harrison, Megan. / Lessons in a Box Make a Difference for Head Start Youth. In: Journal of Extension. 2013 ; Vol. 51, No. 3.
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