• Mission

    Mission

    Our MISSION? transform kids’ relationship with food & planet. Our APPROACH? offer a free download of a 20-unit curriculum for kids ages 4-8. The curriculum has been tested, piloted, and adheres to Common Core Standards (aka it’s legit). Grown-ups tell us it’s effective. Kids tell us it’s pretty fun.

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  • Framework

    Framework

    It’s all about the food. Everything is connected. Kids know it intuitively. Now we have a framework to teach it.  

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  • Common Core Standards

    Common Core Standards

    Zomppa®’s Standards & Performance Indicators align with the Common Core State Standards for K-2nd grades, and reference the current national standards from the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) and commonly adopted pre-K standards.

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  • Units

    Units

    Zompping for Food and Planet is comprised of 20 units. It is designed to be flexible for educators, parents, and community organizers to use almost anywhere – mobile classrooms included. Children take a global journey through healthy eating, environmental sustainability, language, culture, and cooking.

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  • In Action

    In Action

    Word is out. Kids and adults all seem to love the curriculum. Don’t just trust our word for it. See what others are saying and see the curriculum in action!

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  • Free Membership

    Free Membership

    Like we  said, Zompping for Food & Planet curriculum is free of charge. No tricks. Our vision is a world of happy, healthy, compassionate eaters so we need your help to use it and share it.

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ZomppaParent: words from the ED

Environments are Critical- Stop the Foodie Victim-Blaming

Environments are Critical- Stop the Foodie Victim-Blaming

| December 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

“What these families should be doing…” And that’s where she lost me. It had been a full day at the healthy food summit, full of well intentioned but misdirected physicians, restaurateurs and entrepreneurs spouting off on how we can make better choices and encourage others to do the same. It should be noted that the […]

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Thanksgiving Feast and the Lunchroom Economy

Thanksgiving Feast and the Lunchroom Economy

| November 23, 2014 | 1 Comment

Last week I skipped out of work and joined my sons for their school cafeteria’s annual invite-your-adults-to-lunch event. The flyer that came home (squashed and half shredded by the grueling backpack ride) boasted this fine spread: Who am I to say no to that? I found myself waiting with a handful of other parents, all […]

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