Fruit and Friendship in the Pool - SFU.ca

Fruit and Friendship in the Pool - SFU.ca

Health Promotion with a Fruit Party and Friendship in the Swimming Pool 8th March, 2000 Coordinator: Shiraz Ramji Educator/Gerontologist Phone: 604-524-6495

E-mail: [email protected] For every child born, plant a fruit tree. For every grandchild born plant two fruit trees. T-Shirt used for the Fruit Planting

Campaign in East and Southern Africa. Purpose of the Fruit Party To Promote Friendship and a Healthy Lifestyle in the Community through Potluck Parties To Promote the Value of Eating Fruit

Learning Objectives How to organize a Fruit Party and Promote Health in the community? Why in the Swimming pool? The swimming pool was chosen because it

facilitates a multicultural community of friends, members and swimmers. The Aqua Fitness Class brings women and men of all ages and ethnic groups together with potluck lunches. Organizers

Public Health Association of B.C. and CG Brown Memorial Pool

Eileen Daily Center Bonsor Recreation Complex Why a Fruit Party? Three fruit servings a day Sunday

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Apple Apple Apple Apple Apple Apple Apple

Banana Banana Banana Banana Banana Banana

Banana Orange Orange Orange Orange Orange

Orange Orange Invitation Promotion Fruit for the Party Any fruit

Any fruit drink Any dish with fruit Origin of the Fruit

Avocado Bananas Grapes Kiwi fruit

Mangoes Oranges Papaya Pear Peaches Pineapples Strawberry

Watermelon

China Central America Europe China India South East Asia

Central America Central Asia China Paraguay (South America) Europe Africa

Fiber Content in Fruit 6 5 Apple Banana Grapes Papaya

Pear 4 3 2 1 0

Apple Banana Grapes Papaya Pear Evaluation 1. Where would you organize a fruit party? 2. How would you organize a fruit party?

3. List your choice of three fruit servings a day Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Saturday

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