Toyota: making cars and teaching kids to stay healthy | News
GIBSON CO., IN (WFIE)- In Gibson County, Toyota hosted a group of 350 students for their second annual "Live Well Camp."
The kids were split into three groups where they learned various ways to 'live well.'
The students got a workout in, learned how to make healthy snacks with fruit kebobs, and learned about hand washing with a black light that showed off all their germs.
After the group session, they did a scavenger hunt to test their new found knowledge.
"I think it's really cool," says Jazlynn Cates, a 5th grader from Owensville. "And it's a good thing to get the kids to come and see what it's like and learn about the germs."
And the kids didn't just learn about how to lead healthy lives.
They were treated to a tour of the production lines where they learned how the vehicles are made.
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