Please refer to FAQ for assistance with downloading your Eating Game materials. This should be done at the time you make the purchase.
Read through the materials before you do the printing. The introductory text pages can be printed on regular paper. The pages of meal planning charts and the food picture pages should be printed on card stock paper. Once materials are printed you will then laminate the meal planning charts and food picture page with recommended 5 mil laminating pouches for durability.
If you don’t have your own laminating machine you can usually get this done at your local Staples store or other business products store.
Carefully read the instructions, noting materials that will need to be purchased.
(Includes Food Picture Booklet)
This is a DIGITAL Eater’s Choice Daily Meal Planner that is available in downloadable, printable pdf (with instructions) for the following age groups. ONLY $4 each!
It is the same charting as in The Eating Game, with larger boxes so that you can write in the food choices to do your planning. It is double sided, 3 meals on each side. Laminated, it will create a dry erasable format so that it can be reused daily. Comes with instructions.
Eater’s Choice Daily Meal Planners were originally created for ages 14 and up with the thought that The Eating Game was a better presentations for the younger age groups. As most of you know The Eating Game was initially invented for children with autism. At an autism conference I was approached by a dad whose 5 year old daughter with autism was very focused on reading and printing words. He felt she would respond better to the Eater’s Choice Planner. So these planners are now available for all the Canada’s Food Guide age groups with the exception of the 2-3 year olds.
Complete assembly instructions
Support through email contact via the website www.theeatinggame.ca
4-8yrs, 9-13yrs, Females 14-18yrs, Females 19-50yrs, Females 51yrs+, Males 14-18yrs, Males 19-50yrs, Males 51yrs+