The humble chip is a firm favourite with kids, but fried or oven baked, it isn’t the healthiest food available so, we’ve been making Green Chips with the elementary classes.

Kids learned the following:

Greens are green, leafy vegetables.
They are GOOD for us because they are rich in:

  • Vitamin B: good for blood cells, skin and bone development, nervous system.
  • Vitamin C: good for immune system, connective tissues, whole body
  • Calcium: good for bones and teeth
  • Fiber: Helps us pass waste out of the body, keeps our intestines clean!

People having chips for tea
Can be discerned quite easily
In every step they have a spring
Their day goes yay and woo and zing!

A sunny sunshine shines away
When they think up their chip soiree
Fluffy, crispy lovely things
For tea-time  queens and dinner kings

How to make Castelli Green Chips:

Ingredients: leaves from Collard greens, Broccoli plants, Kale, salt, olive oil

  1. Wash the leaves and dry them VERY well
  2. rip or cut them into chip size pieces
  3. Sprinkle with salt, mix
  4. Drop of olive oil, mix
  5. Spread the leaves onto a baking sheet
  6. Put in oven at 180 for about 15minutes, or until crispy.

Their smiles could launch a thousand ships
And all because they’re having chips.

Class 4: Look at those leafy greens

Class 4: Now we can eat them….yummy!
They are crunchy and GOOD.

Class 5: Look at our leafy-greens!

Class 5: Hey that’s a Sicilian-Broccoli it’s light-green!

Class 3: A sprinkle of salt and a drop of oil!

Green Chips

We picked those leafy greens

Oooh look at the broccoli!

We smelled the leaves.

Competition

The poem has been borrowed from a television advert in the UK for a famous Global brand of industrial produced oven chips. Can you do any better. Why are Green Chips fantastic? How do you feel when you know you’re having Green Chips for tea? Why not share you poetic humour with the rest of the school. Just add  a comment below.

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