Ellie the Veggie Eating Pup

Madeleine Diker presented Ellie Ellie Veggie Belly!” to all the Elementary schools  1st-3rd grade. It is a true and charming story about a puppy named Elle that ends up eating all her vegetables.  The story has encouraged the children to eat vegetables at school, as well as at home. 

Look at all of the Wow cards at each of the schools:

 

Chapman Wow Cards

Doolittle Wow Cards

Highland  Wow Cards

Norton Wow Cards

 

Puppy and Carrots, Please Article by the News Times February 23, 2014

 

Vegetarian dog points kids to healthy eating by the Republican American February 24, 2014

 

 

   START WITH HALF A CUP

 

 click on Call Me Ellie project!

 

Start with Half a Cup 3 minute Overview Video

 

 

 

 

 

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