This best practice shows how social-emotional learning (SEL) can be incorporated into breakfast after the bell programs and the benefits that can result.
Tips for Teachers and Education Support Professionals Interested in Starting a Breakfast After the Bell Program
This best practice provides tips for teachers and education support professionals (ESPs) looking to incorporate breakfast after the bell programs and the benefits that can result.
This resource shares answers to frequently asked questions about breakfast after the bell models and implementation process
Examples of age appropriate books to read to students during the breakfast after the bell period
Examples of activities and lessons for elementary and middle school grade levels to use during the breakfast after the bell period to support learning time Kindergarten Activity: Sort-A-Race Make a colorful recording chart with a row for each food group and post in the front of the classroom. Every day for a week during breakfast,…
Review the proceedings from the Partners April 2019 Breakfast Summit.
This resource shares tips on how schools that cannot offer free breakfast to all students can successfully implement breakfast after the bell models.
This best practice shares innovative ideas on how to get students excited about and eating school breakfast.
This guide helps you perform a thorough assessment of your district’s needs and readiness to implement a breakfast after the bell program.
This step-by-step guide is designed help you successfully implement your breakfast after the bell program from start to finish.