We Can!® Challenge Trivia
There are a number of fun ways for families to get healthy together. Start by challenging your kids to think about food differently. Check out the following food trivia questions and test your kid's knowledge. You might be surprised how much they know, and how healthy thoughts can lead to healthy choices.
Can you name 8 veggies that start with the letter "B"?
These are just a few options. Can your kids think of any more? Take a look through some of our Deliciously Healthy Eating Recipes for suggestions on how to incorporate some of these vegetables into your dishes.
Can you name 7 types of berries?
Try making delicious smoothies with your kids by blending blueberries or raspberries and fat-free or low-fat yogurt or milk, and ice. You can also include other types of fruit such as bananas, mangos or peaches—and even veggies—such as baby spinach! Find other delicious kid-friendly recipes by visiting our Fun Family Recipes page.
Can you name 5 types of apples?
Apples make for a great snack or side dish. Try dipping apple slices in nut/seed butter or making homemade apple sauce. The We Can! Healthy Snacks—100 Calories or Less (81 KB) tip sheet is a great source for other delicious and healthy snack ideas.
Can you name 20 veggies?
Have your kids help choose recipes to cook for the week and see if you can use at least three different vegetables by the end of the week. Check out the We Can! Getting Kids in the Kitchen (85 KB) parent tip sheet for easy ways to include your kids in the cooking process.
Can you name the only fruit with seeds on the outside?
Try including strawberries in unexpected dishes, such as salads or in whole-grain pancakes. If you have a picky-eater, check out the We Can! Picky Eaters Parent Tip Sheet (1.8 MB) for suggestions on how to get your child to enjoy healthy foods.
Challenge your family to be active for at least 60 minutes a day. Find ideas on ways to make family time healthy time, by visiting our Be Active and Have Fun (80 KB) and We Can! Move More Every Day (94 KB) parent tip sheets.