SNAP-Ed Educational Offerings
The University of Minnesota Extension SNAP-Ed team can partner with your agency on any of the educational offerings below. Click on a link to get an overview, objectives, space and time requirements, as well as more information, including whom to contact.
Choose Health: Food, Fun, and Fitness — Educational program for 3rd to 6th graders that uses experiential learning to teach healthy eating and active play.
Cooking Matters for Kids — Educational program for children in 3rd through 5th grade that teaches them how to prepare and make smart food choices.
Eat Well & Keep Moving — Interdisciplinary Elementary Curriculum for Nutrition and Physical Activity.
Go Wild with Fruits & Veggies (SNAP-Ed) — Educational program that encourages children in 3rd through 5th grade to eat more fruits and vegetables and become more physically active.
Nutrition to Grow On — A Garden-Enhanced Nutrition Education Curriculum for Upper Elementary School Children.
Cooking Matters at the Farmers Market (SNAP-Ed) — A one-time class designed to help adults living in Minnesota make healthy food choices on a limited budget.
Cooking Matters at the Store (SNAP-Ed) — A class designed to help adults living in Minnesota make healthy food choices on a limited budget.
Cooking Matters for Adults (SNAP-Ed) — Educational program that teaches adults how to shop for healthy foods and prepare delicious, nutritious meals on a limited budget.
Eat Healthy, Be Active — Educational program designed to guide adults in eating healthier foods and increasing physical activity.
Healthy Cents —Educational program designed to help adults save money while purchasing healthy food.
I CAN Prevent Diabetes (SNAP-Ed) — Educational program designed to help adults diagnosed with pre-Type 2 diabetes prevent or delay the onset of the disease.
Honoring the Gift of Heart Health — Educational program designed to help American Indian (AI) and Alaska Native (AN) adults prevent heart disease.
Simply Good Eating for English Language Learners (SNAP-Ed) — Educational program designed to help English Language Learners plan healthy meals, understand and practice basic food safety, and stretch their food dollars when shopping.
Eat Smart, Live Strong — Educational program designed to improve fruit and vegetable consumption and physical activity among able-bodied, 60- to 74-year olds.
Seniors Eating Well — Educational program that teaches older adults over age 50 about nutrition, physical activity, and other aspects of healthy living.
Back to the Kitchen: Healthy Cooking Series — Educational program for children and adults.
Cooking Matters for Families (SNAP-Ed) — Educational program for children and parents that brings them together to learn about healthy eating, planning meals as a family, and working together in the kitchen.
Family Gardening — Educational program for all family members, both children and adults.
Cooking Matters for Parents (SNAP-Ed) — Educational program that teaches parents and other caregivers of young children how to shop for nutritious foods and prepare healthy, delicious meals that pre-K and K-2 kids will enjoy.
MyPlate for My Family — Educational program for parents and other caregivers based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.