Based on the results from the analyses of homemaking in elementary school, this study aims to suggest a nutrition education model with collaboration between School and Families utilizing applied behavior analysis. The results were as follows; 1. It was revealed that there was no sign of collaboration between School and Families are not involved in the homemaking in elementary school, while they used methods such as exchange of information, liaison and coordination and mutual complement. 2. This report examines the theory of general case instruction and the significance of introducing it to the nutrition education. Furthermore, utilizing the four support tools of the applied behavior analysis, developed by Takahata and Musashi, we set the target action of "being able to choose a nutritionally balanced meal for oneself" to suggest a course toward the development of nutrition education.