LISTEN (45 seconds) October is Superfood Apple Month – from Swansea
1. Antonio Ramirez Hi, my name is Antonio Ramirez! Good morning to you all! One thing we learned about healthy food is that some vegetables or fruits help at least one part of your body. For example, the carrot helps your eyes.
Listen (3 Minutes) Swansea students decided to look at the issue of junk food. For this story, they interviewed their teachers and worked on the script together.
LISTEN (3 Minutes) Here is a holiday story from Swansea Elementary students nd it’s about having gratitude. In addition, there is a focus on the pilgrim corn and bean salad and manners, which are part of the holiday time period nutrition classes.
LISTEN (6 Minutes) As part of learning about radio journalism, students and Swansea go to the very beginning of radio and learn how to say their names with the “dits” and “dahs” of Morse Code.
This slide show was presented at a Swansea Parent Breakfast, where parents and their children learned more about how to make healthy food. Miss Anne of Denver Superfoods dressed up as a pea pod as part of the morning fun.
LISTEN (5 Minutes) Swansea students discuss pumpkins and healthy, tasty ways to cook them.
LISTEN (5 Minutes) What’s Dr. Carrot’s favorite food? Listen and find out, as Swansea Elementary students ask Dr. Carrot questions about nutrition.
Click here to see slideshow. (with Quicktime Player) With Halloween right around the corner, bright orange pumpkins are making their festive annual debut. KRCCs Ellen Mahoney visited the pumpkin patch at Rock Creek Farm in Broomfield and talked with farmer Scott Miller. Then Ellen went to Swansea Elementary School in Denver when she met with…