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Classroom rules


"They're healthy, they're energetic, they're well, they're not buzzing out with too much sugar, and they're not going without food." - Crunch&Sip Teacher

Each classroom should establish ground rules to assist Crunch&Sip to run smoothly and safely. Crunch&Sip Classrooms should follow these simple rules:


  • Students should bring vegetables or fruit from home each day to eat during the Crunch&Sip break. As small, whole fruits and vegetables like grapes and cherry tomatoes can be a choking hazard for younger children, these should be sliced into halves or quarters to send to school. 
  • Students should fill up their water bottles each day



  • Water bottles should be washed daily
  • All fruit and vegetables are to be washed before eating (at home is OK)
  • Students should wash their hands before eating

In addition to these standard rules, individual schools and classrooms can include extra rules to make Crunch&Sip run smoothly in the local setting.

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