In September, we define a 'good' breakfast and talk about how important it is to start our day. Each morning I ask how many students had a 'good' breakfast and we make a line graph to show how many 'good' breakfasts the class ate. Every student is allowed to miss one good breakfast a month. There is a reward at the end of the month for every one who did not miss two good breakfasts. I bring the class breakfast (bagels, cream cheese, butter and juice or milk) one morning a month. This has really unified the class, taught the students the value of a good breakfast and nutrition, and they have learned to line graph along the way.