Mini Dry Erase Menu Cards Make a Great Hands-On Activity for Students!

Here at Learning ZoneXpress we spend a lot of time talking with teachers and food and nutrition professionals. We listen to the needs and requests that can help make their jobs easier and that is how the idea of our Mini Dry Erase Menu Cards was born.

These nutrition education cards are simple, write on, wipe-off mini posters perfect for use as a nutrition learning tool in the classroom. They are ideal for individual use and offer a no mess, no fuss solution for a great hands-on activity for students. We offer two varieties and each nutrition education card comes in a set of ten and are 6” x 8”, coated with dry erase laminate.

The MyPlate Mini Dry Erase Menu Cards feature the USDA’s MyPlate logo and work great in a classroom setting for students to demonstrate how to plan and select healthy food choices from each of the food groups.


The 1 Terrific Tray™ Mini Dry Erase Menu Cards are perfect for display on serving lines in the cafeteria or use as a nutrition learning tool in the classroom. The card features 1 Terrific Tray™ to help identify daily menu options by food group along the lunch line.

We hope that our Mini Dry Erase Menu Cards offer you a great nutrition learning tool in your classroom or cafeteria!

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Get Your Students’ Etiquette in Shape for the World of Work!

Having good manners can help your students stand out from the crowd and knowing how to act with professional courtesy can help them land a job and succeed once they have their foot in the door.

Learning ZoneXpress has created “Manners Boot Camp: Professional Courtesy DVD” to help teach students the essential concepts of “professional etiquette”. In this video, students will join Sasha and Sean as they work to get their etiquette in shape for the professional world of work. This video is recommended for Grade 6 through adult.


Topics featured in this video include:

• Why are manners important?
• Job interview etiquette
• Business phone etiquette
• Email basics

With the competitive nature of today’s world it is important for students to learn the right skills to enhance their professional presence. Having good manners is empowering and is a big part of professional success. Good manners help an individual build confidence, build self-esteem, and improve communication skills. We only have one chance to make a first impression so let’s help our students make a good one!

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Grants Promote Pediatric Oral Health

From our friends at GrantStation

Grants Promote Pediatric Oral Health
Foundation of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry: Healthy Smiles, Healthy Children
Healthy Smiles, Healthy Children, an initiative of the Foundation of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, is committed to improving the quality of pediatric oral health in the United States. Healthy Smiles, Healthy Children Grants support community-based initiatives throughout the country that provide dental care and ultimately serve as a Dental Home to underserved/limited access children. Special consideration will be given to programs supporting the age-one dental visit and providing care to special needs patients. These grants of up to $20,000 require cash or in-kind matching funds equal to the grant request dollar amount. Online letters of intent must be submitted by August 3, 2015. Visit the Foundation’s website to download the grant guidelines.

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Programs Addressing Hunger Issues Funded

From our friends at GrantStation

Programs Addressing Hunger Issues Funded
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Domestic Hunger Program
The goal of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) Domestic Hunger Program is to provide relief and development assistance for those who suffer from hunger and injustices related to hunger in the United States. Priority is given to nonprofit organizations that help people with the fewest resources to meet their basic needs as well as programs to assist women and children living in poverty. Grants are provided in the following categories: relief, development, organizing, and advocacy. Funded projects must have some connection to the ELCA through its synods, congregations, affiliates, or ministries. Interested organizations should read all the requirements before they begin the application process. The application deadline is July 10, 2015. Application guidelines and forms are available on the ELCA website.

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Learning ZoneXpress Presents…Education Cards!

Are you prepared to be amazed by a BRAND NEW product line? We are pleased to present that we have launched a new and useful product line-“Education Cards”- and are very excited by these cards engaging photography and simple, easy-to-read text that makes this product line an extremely useful resource for parents and caregivers.

Educate your audience about pregnancy and breastfeeding nutrition, feeding your baby and child nutrition picky eating, plus many more titles coming soon. Use our Education Cards to offer practical nutrition tips and suggestions to your clients and to provide individualized education. These cards are easy to read, portable, economical and a clever alternative to tri-fold brochures or handouts.


These Education Cards are 4” x 9”, 2-sided, and printed on cardstock featuring a blank space on the backside to personalize it with a label or stamp with your clinic or organization information. They come in a set of 100 and fit easily into a brochure display, WIC folder, or #10 standard business envelopes.

Our nutrition education resources are used successfully in WIC and Public Health Programs, Cooperative Extension Programs, Early Childhood Programs, and Community Action Agencies.

Your clients will appreciate these engaging Education Cards with a message that is easy to understand!

Visit Learning ZoneXpress to see all of our new Education Cards!  Check back often, many more titles are coming soon.


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