ChopChop is an engaging and exciting tool for teaching kids about food, cooking, nutrition, and health. Schools distribute the magazine to their students as part of wellness and nutrition education programs; teachers cook from it in their classrooms; and all kinds of organizations use it to stimulate good conversation, great cooking, and healthy habits.
Help us inspire children and their families to cook and eat real food for a lifetime of health and well-being.
Order a special classroom package of 30 copies plus curricula for $40 (shipping and handling included, U.S. addresses only) for your school or organization. For custom orders of over 3,000 copies, please call us at 617.924.3993 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Introducing Our ChopChop Curriculum
Integrate ChopChop in the classroom with ChopChop Curriculum: classroom activities, printables, and lessons in math, science, ELA, and social studies aligned to educational standards. You can adapt this curriculum to fit the needs of your classroom. Download a free sample of ChopChop Curriculum by completing our order form at the link below:
Tips For Getting ChopChop In Your School Or Program
Looking to get ChopChop in your school or organization, but don't have the budget? Here are some resources and tips to help you secure the funding you need:
DonorsChoose.org is an online charity that makes it easy to help public school students in need through classroom donations. Post your request for copies of ChopChop for your classroom project. People, companies, and foundations can help fund your request. Click here to get started!
Healthy Kids Hub
Healthy Kids Hub connects outside-of-school-time programs with educational materials, products, and services to help them overcome financial and logistical barriers and implement the three guiding principles of Drink Right, Move More, and Eat Smart. Click here to learn more.
"Teachers: Get the Grant" by Instructor Magazine
Grant calendar plus 10 tips on how to secure a grant. Click here for the article.
"Your publication, ChopChop magazine, is enjoyed by our students and staff members alike. The periodicals have great ideas and lessons that we encourage our students to adapt at home as well." —Pablo Munoz, Superintendent of Elizabeth, NJ Public Schools
“Having ChopChop sent home to Lowell families for the past school year helped us work toward our goals around promoting healthy students. Teachers from pre-kindergarten up to fifth grade all utilized one or more of the lessons that came with ChopChop and were able to connect the lesson with our school’s learning garden!” — Elizabeth Kaplan, former principal, Lowell Elementary School, on the Watertown Cooks Program