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					Pyramid Go Fish Instructions
Getting Ready
Print copies of the Pyramid Go Fish food cards. At least two sets of cards are needed for a class of 25 students; one set is adequate for a class of 10 – 12 students. Cut out the cards along the dotted lines. To make the cards sturdier, print onto card stock, laminate the cards, or paste the printed cards onto index cards or playing cards.

Playing Pyramid Go Fish
Divide the students into groups of four. Give each group 30 cards. The dealer shuffles the cards and deals out four cards to each student, and places the rest in the middle. The first student (let’s call him Michael) asks the student sitting to his left, “Kayla, do you have a fruit?” If Kayla has a fruit she says, “Yes, I do,” and hands it to Michael, who then places his pair on the table. Michael is then able to ask the next student a question. If Kayla doesn’t have a fruit, she replies, “No I don’t have a fruit. Go fish,” and Michael can take a card from the pile in the middle. It is then Kayla’s turn to ask the student on her left for a card. The students continue to ask questions and match cards until all the pairs are found. The student with the most pairs wins.

Grains

Fruits

Meat & Beans

Vegetables

Bagel

Baked Apple

Baked Beans

Baked Potato

Fruits

Fruits

Meat & Beans

Grains

Banana

Apple

Beef Jerky

Biscuit

Meat & Beans

Fruits

Vegetables

Grains

Black Bean Soup

Blueberries

Broccoli

Brown Rice

Grains

Fruits

Fruits

Fruits

Brownie

Pears

Pineapple

Cantaloupe

Vegetables

Vegetables

Vegetables

Grains

Carrot Sticks

Cauliflower

Celery

Cereal

Grains

Grains

Grains

Grains

Cereal

Cereal

Cereal

Cereal

Grains

Vegetables

Vegetables

Grains

Cereal

Chef Salad

Cherry Tomatoes

Chex Mix

Grains

Milk

Grains

Milk

Wild Rice

Yogurt

Chocolate Chip Muffin

Chocolate Pudding

Vegetables

Grains

Vegetables

Vegetables

Collard Greens

Whole Wheat Toast Grains

Corn

Corn

Grains

Grains

Fruits

Cornbread

Crackers

Whole Wheat Dinner Roll

Dried Apricots

Grains

Vegetables

Meat & Beans

Fruits

English Muffin

French Fries

Fried Chicken

Fried Plantains

Fruits

Fruits

Milk

Fruits

Applesauce

Frozen Fruit Juice Bar

Frozen Yogurt

Fruit Salad

Fruits

Fruits

Grains

Grains

Fruit Leather

Apple Juice

Garlic Bread

Graham Crackers

Grains

Fruits

Vegetables

Fruits

Granola Bar

Grape Juice

Green Beans

Green Grapes

Vegetables

Meat & Beans

Meat & Beans

Grains

Green Peas

Grilled Chicken

Grilled Fish

Grits

Meat & Beans

Fruits

Milk

Fruits

Ham

Honeydew

Ice Cream

Kiwi

Milk

Fruits

Vegetables

Milk

Cottage Cheese

Mango

Mashed Sweet Potatoes

2% Milk

Milk

Milk

Milk

Milk

Chocolate Fat Free Milk

2% Milk

Fat Free Milk

Fat Free Milk

Milk

Milk

Milk

Vegetables

Strawberry Fat Free Milk

Whole Milk

Milkshake

Mixed Vegetables

Grains

Grains

Fruits

Fruits

Animal Crackers

Oatmeal

Orange Juice

Orange Slices

Grains

Fruits

Fruits

Meat & Beans

Pancakes

Papaya

Peaches

Peanuts

Fruits

Vegetables

Grains

Meat & Beans

Pear

Peas & Carrots

Popcorn

Pork Chop

Grains

Fruits

Fruits

Vegetables

Pretzels

Raisins

Red Grapes

Red & Green Pepper Slices Vegetables

Meat & Beans

Meat & Beans

Meat & Beans

Salmon

Sausage Links

Scrambled Eggs

Side Salad

Grains

Vegetables

Meat & Beans

Vegetables

Soft Pretzel

Spinach Salad

Steak

Steak Fries

Fruits

Milk

Vegetables

Vegetables

Strawberries

String Cheese

Summer Squash

Baked Sweet Potato

Vegetables

Vegetables

Vegetables

Grains

Tater Tots

Tomato Juice

Tomato Soup

Tortilla Chips

Vegetables

Meat & Beans

Milk

Vegetables

Tossed Salad

Trail Mix

Vanilla Pudding

Vegetable Soup

Grains

Fruits

Grains

Grains

Waffles

Watermelon

Whole Wheat Bagel

Whole Wheat Crackers

USDA, Food and Nutrition Service teamnutrition.usda.gov

2005


				
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