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Websites and Links

 

This area has only just been added to the website.

Stay tuned and watch the Eat a Rainbow program develop.

 

Rainbow-themed websites that promote the rainbow concept for fruit and vegetables: 

 

Eating My Colourful Vegies and Fruit       

The Avocados Australia Ltd website has a range of great resources to use with young children and a rainbow menu planner for Centre cooks.

http://www.avocado.org.au/earlylearning/theKit.aspx

 

Kids GP – A rainbow for your plate.         

Currentlysponsored by the AMA Queensland and Queensland Health, Queensland Government. This site has some good teacher resources.

http://www.kidsgp.com.au/icms_docs/17549_Kids_GP_Teachers_guide__Part_2_-_Lesson_2_-_A_rainbow_for_your_plate.pdf

 

Today I Ate a Rainbow   

This is a Canadian site run by Rainbow Innovations Group Inc. Author Kia Robertson, has developed books, magnetic star charts and other resources for purchase.

http://www.todayiatearainbow.com/

 

General fruit and vegetable resources are available from the following websites:

 

Fresh for kids

This site is run by Sydney Markets Ltd. It has recipe ideas, activities for children and teacher resources: http://www.freshforkids.com.au

 

Go for 2&5

The Go for 2 & 5 campaign is supported byAustralian Government, State and Territory Health Departments. The national Go for 2&5 website is: http://www.gofor2and5.com.au

To obtain resources in South Australia (recipes, stickers, tattoos, Vegie man masks etc), use the Go for 2&5 resource order form: http://sahealth.sa.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/public+content/sa+health+internet/healthy+living/community+education+campaigns/go+for+2+and+5

 

Market fresh

This site is run by the Melbourne Wholesale Fruit, Vegetable and Flower Markets. It contains information about fruit and vegetables, games and puzzles for children and recipes.

http://www.marketfresh.com.au/main_menu.html