Welcome to the Hands On Classrooms Curriculum!
Hands On teaches middle school students food safety concepts while meeting state-mandated curriculum standards in the core subject areas.
Using highly effective research-based instructional strategies, student labs, and hands-on activities, the Hands On curriculum covers subject areas in math, science, social studies, and language arts during the week-long unit. Teachers of all subjects work together to teach these interdisciplinary lessons, allowing students to build on food safety concepts from all subjects, improving knowledge and retention.
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The Hands On food safety program was originally developed by the University of Tennessee with support from the Grocery Manufacturers Association Science and Education Foundation (GMA SFF). PFSE provides a platform at fightbac.org for hosting the downloadable curriculum. For questions and inquiries about the Hands On program please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.