On Halloween Day at Cone Elementary, 4th graders got to play the new version of the nutrition card game Food Bike.
In addition to teaching about the health benefits of vegetables, fruits, herbs, and spices, Food Bike is being used to start the Promo Materials activity for students where they make flyers and table toppers promoting a particular food.
On Saturday, September 17th, ReBuildUp was out at Parkwood Baptist’s Hand to Hand Food Pantry handing out freshly harvested microgreens and playing Food Bike, the nutrition card game.
Winners walked away with a Bottle Grower with basil seeds.
As part of our Food Bike program, we’re in the process of adding more portable gardens at Ragsdale High School with the goal of staggering their growing cycle so there’s a harvest ready each week to be taken to Renaissance Church’s Food Bank.
On Wednesday, April 6th, Jamestown News did a story on ReBuildUp’s Food Bike program at Ragsdale High School featuring students playing a nutritional card game, growing food in class to be delivered to nearby Renaissance Church’s Food Bank, along with a contest for the best home grown bottle lettuce. This was made possible by sponsor Michael Robinson Accounting along with the aid of the Greater High Point Food Alliance to line up the Food Bank.
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On Wednesday, April 6th, ReBuildUp’s Food Bike program at Ragsdale High School was showcased in the High Point Enterprise. Held during Winter 2016, Food Bike had students grow food at home for cash prizes along with in class to help nearby Renaissance Church’s Food Bank. A nutritional card game was also played by students.
Thanks to Michael Robinson Accounting for sponsoring along with the Greater High Point Food Alliance (GHPFA) for connecting Ragsdale to Renaissance Church’s Food Bank.
Food grown by students in Mrs. Pendrak’s (a former PitchPocalypse Winner) 2nd Block Game Design class at Ragsdale High School was successfully harvested and delivered to Renaissance Church’s Food Bank on Saturday, March 26th, as part of ReBuildUp’s “Food Bike” program.
In addition to setting up this “Classroom to Food Bank Pipeline,” students played a nutrition based card game also called “Food Bike” where they took turns being customers and merchants selling one another fruits and vegetables based on each food’s health benefits.
The Food Bike program finished up with a small cash prize contest where winners made bottle lettuce growers to see who could grow the biggest plant over the course of the program. Coming in first was Reina, second place went to Emily, and coming in third was Cameron.
ReBuildUp is currently seeking out sponsors, donors, and grants to help make these requests a reality.
There are over 40 schools across the state wanting this for their classroom and community. There are also teachers in both Greensboro and High Point requesting Food Bike which is important given Guilford County’s status as #1 in the nation for food insecurity.
Sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting, the Greater High Point Food Alliance also deserves thanks for connecting Ragsdale with Renaissance Church. For more information on “Food Bike” along with how to involve your school, congregation, or food bank, visit https://rebuildup.com/foodbike along with the Greater High Point Food Alliance at http://www.ghpfa.org
On Friday, March 18th, the top three players of ReBuildUp’s new Food Bike nutrition game were awarded with cash prizes sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting.
This concludes the Winter 2016 eight week program at Ragsdale High School with students playing several rounds of the Food Bike card game along with growing their own lettuce bottles at home to win the contest.
Congratulations to Reina, Emily, and Cameron!
Today, March 1st, 2016 marks the 2 year anniversary of ReBuildUp, LLC! To celebrate, we’re announcing our newest game focused on nutrition and helping people grow food in their own homes.
It’s called Food Bike
ReBuildUp’s newest game Food Bike teaches players how to grow their own food using everyday items
Compete in a card game while learning the health benefits of fruits and vegetables
Create portable gardens
And win prizes in the process.
Contact us if you’d like to bring Food Bike to your school, congregation, or community center.
PUBLIC (FREE) EVENT – ReBuildUp’s new nutrition program Food Book will be held on Tuesdays January 26th-February 16th 5:15-6:00 at McGirt-Horton Library sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting.
Food Bike teaches participants how to grow food on their own using everyday items without the need for regular watering along with playing a card game teaching why eating healthy makes you feel better.