Fundoo Class
Science & Nature


Multi-day class

Teaching kids to eat well can be tricky. You don’t want to give them more facts than they can grasp or turn every meal into a lecture. In this course, a student will be learning about Healthy and Unhealthy Food.

Rashi Pratik Kochhar

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This teacher has taught to 3 learners on Fundoo Class

1 Weeks,4x a Week

How does a Multi-Day Course work?

A Multi-Day Course meets multiple times over one or more weeks. Learners join the teacher in live video chat sessions at scheduled times. Outside of these sessions, they can take part in a classroom discussion group and message the teacher directly. Longer courses create more opportunities: real-time activities, engaging projects, and interaction with diverse classmates from other states and countries.
40 Minutes Class Duration
1-6 Kids Class Size
Ages 7-10 Age Range
Rs. 499 Total* Price Per Learner (Rs)

Available Times

Wed, Jun 2 - Jun 5

1 Weeks,4x a Week
11:00 AM - 11:40 AM

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Class Experience

Teaching kids to eat well can be tricky. You don’t want to give them more facts than they can grasp or turn every meal into a lecture. But wait too long and they could pick up unhealthy habits in the meantime.

 Kids should know about the food they put in their bodies, why it matters, and how they can learn to make the healthiest choices.

“Kids need to know that every food they put into their bodies affects them,”

What are Healthy and Unhealthy Foods with examples, Advantages and Disadvantages of both, Why is Healthy Food better than Unhealthy Food, What is Junk Food and many other subtopics related to this topic.

Not just a rule, but a routine. Make sure healthy foods are the default setting for your family’s meals, and get everyone involved in choosing some nutritious, tasty options. Take kids with you to the grocery store or farmers market. Younger kids can pick out fresh fruits and veggies. Older kids can take on larger roles like choosing recipes and making a shopping list.

Show kids what “eating right” looks like. Explain that they should fill half their plate with fruits and veggies that have nutrients that will help their bodies grow. The other half should be whole grains and lean protein that gives them energy to run, dance, and play. When you’re cooking or grocery shopping, show them different examples of these key food groups.

Avoid calling foods “good” or “bad.” Kids should learn that all foods have a place in their diet. Label foods as “go,” “slow,” or “whoa.” Kids can “green light” foods like whole grains and skim milk they should have every day and “slow down” with less healthy foods like waffles. Foods with the least nutrition, such as french fries, don’t need to be off limits, but kids should stop and think twice before they eat them often.

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A Child is supposed to carry his notebook and a pen/pencil.



By the end of the session, a child will be more clear about the food that is healthy and unhealthy for his / her health.

Will be notified in the class.

Will be measured in the class.

A parent is supposed to make a child to have a quick review about the topics covered in this session.


Rashi Pratik Kochhar

About Me

Hello all, I am. Rashi Pratik Kochhar from Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. I am a teacher since last 11years and like to interact with kids very much. I believe that we, the teachers too learn a lot from students. I love to give my best to students to take their best out . My hobbies include singing, dancing, cooking something new, playing sudoku in my free time which makes me think in every possible direction.
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