RFNH = “Real Food Nutrition & Health” Study. My children and I will be working our way through Kristen Michaelis' book, Real Food Nutrition and Health, during the fall and winter months as part of our homeschooling curriculum — and it looks like many of you will be joining us! I'm so excited. 🙂
Click here to read more about the study and get the proposed schedule. I'll provide downloadable discussion questions/activities each week — which you can save for the future if you're not going to participate now.
Today, you can download the schedule and the discussion questions/activities for chapter 1 (they are PDFs). If you're following along with the suggested schedule, work through chapter 1 anytime in the next week, then meet us back here at the blog on Friday, August 27, 2010 to discuss it. Also on Friday, I'll give you the discussion questions/activities for chapter 2. Make sense?
If you're not following the schedule, I welcome you to download any of the materials and save them for the future.
My children and I will begin next week, and here's what I'm planning.
- On Monday and/or Tuesday, we'll read and discuss chapter 1 of Real Food Nutrition and Health.
- On Wednesday, for an activity, we're going to visit a local pastured poultry farm to observe how they process chickens in the open air.*
- On next Friday's post, I'll be sharing how that all went, and what we learned.
*This activity isn't totally appropriate for the chapter, but it is something we have planned next week for other reasons, so I'm going to make it work! We'll also work through at least one of the other suggested activities.
I look forward to hearing what you and your children saw, learned and explored as well! Please let me know if you have any questions at all.
GNOWFGLINS will earn a commission on sales of the Real Food Nutrition and Health book through this blog. But honestly, we'd be doing this study whether or not we were associated. Thank you for supporting GNOWFGLINS with your purchase. You should also know I'm very thankful to be undertaking this study with Kristen's permission.
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