Food chart Game | Fussy eater chart
Here is my healthy eating food chart game and fussy eater chart called 'Super Foodies', making eating new plant based foods fun. It can take up to 10 times eating healthy vegan food until you or your child will like it! This food chart helps to make healthy eating fun, easier and is perfect for vegan homeschooling children or anyone who is a fussy eater, or if you simply want to eat more plant based foods.
Why did I create this food chart game?
I came up with the idea for a vegan food chart game because I was a fussy eater growing up and refused to eat so many healthy fruits and vegetables because I was simply scare of them. I decided to make a game hoping that it could help other fussy eaters like me, to try new healthy vegan foods.
It all began a few years ago when going vegan, I knew that I needed to eat more plant based fruit and vegetables that I would usually avoid. So I started with a banana and made myself eat one everyday for a week while on holiday, after eating seven bananas, I had started to get used to eating them! This challenge has now helped me overcome my fear for eating bananas and I usually have one every day now.
I also enjoy playing board games and video games, especially ones where you level up. I think it's because you see progress and development. I decided to apply the idea of leveling up to this food chart game to make it more rewarding.
Fussy eater chart game Instructions
The aim is to become a healthy eating, super foodie!
Your child (or anyone) eats a food item from a meal or on its own on seperate occasions, up to 10 times. (eg. if you eat 6 roast potatoes, that only counts as 1 potato). Every time they eat, they level up that food by ticking the number below the food. The ticks are added up to get a total score. There is a score system which shows you what RANK you currently are!
The perfect food chart game for children, fussy eaters, vegans, vegetarians, homeschooling, autistic children and anyone who wants to eat more of a whole foods plant based diet!
– Available as printed or digital version
– Total of 50 different foods.
– Perfect for walls
– Fantastic for encouraging children to eat healthy.
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