Smarter Lunchrooms Strategies for Your Home: Meals and Snacks

Healthy Food Choices in Schools July 09, 2019 Print Friendly and PDF

Using Smarter Lunchrooms strategies in the home

Join Adam Brumberg and Erin Sharp, Deputy Director and Curriculum Designer of the Smarter Lunchrooms Movement National Office, as they share easy, inexpensive behavioral economics strategies to use in your home. In the summer, many kids spend more time at home since school is out, so use these kid-friendly strategies to promote healthy eating during mealtimes and snacktimes. 

Learning Objectives:
Through this webinar, attendees will be able to: 
• Explain what behavioral economics is and how it relates to mealtime environments
• Implement simple, kid-friendly strategies in the home to promote healthy eating at mealtimes and snacktimes
PDF of Presentation Slides
Mealtime Solutions Handout
Snacktime Solutions Handout

Note: Slides that were presented but not voiced over are attached to the end of this recording.

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This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, New Technologies for Ag Extension project.