Helping Kids Feel Great with Nutrition & Exercise!

Kid Power's Operation Lunch Line 3D is a highly interactive, musical show, designed to help children grades K-6 learn the value of good nutrition and exercise. Using spectacular visual effects in 3D, the entire audience miniaturizes, joining Kid Power on an amazing journey inside the human body of a boy named Max who feels lousy because he doesn’t eat or move properly.  Through audience participation the kids not only educate and motivate Max, but in doing so, learn they too are special, filled with all the “kid power” needed to develop the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviors necessary to make health-enhancing choices and feel great.

Common Core Curriculum Standards Correlations

Kid Power's Operation Lunch Line 3D easily correlates with common core curriculum standards in health, physical education, language arts, music, theater, science and social studies. Additionally, this program is perfectly compatible with your school’s celebration of National Nutrition Month, Field Day, National Child Health Day, World Food Day, and many more.

What You'll Learn About Exercise

  • Defining "out of shape"
  • Understanding how food gives us energy to power our muscles
  • Defining calories and understanding calories OUT
  • Exploring ways to travel without motorized machines
  • Amount of daily exercise recommended
  • Our body is meant to move & moving helps us feel great
  • Audience Dance Party

What You'll Learn About Nutrition

  • The importance of fruits and vegetables in our diet
  • Understanding the USDA My Plate
  • The positive global and dietary impact of planting a garden
  • The digestive system-
    • Enzymes (protease, amylase, lipase)
    • Nutrients (protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals, water)
  • Defining and balancing calories IN & calories OUT
  • The challenges kids face with over-eating & under-eating
  • The media’s influence on body image
  • Natural foods vs. processed foods
  • How to read nutrition labels
  • Understanding ingredients – investigating the hidden
    sugars dextrin, glucose, dextrose, fructose, sucrose,
    corn syrup and high fructose corn syrup
  • Understanding portion sizes

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