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Tip Sheet: Healthy School Snacks (Spanish)

Children need snacks to keep their busy bodies and minds going. Healthy snacking at school can help kids get important nutrients, make up for skipped meals, and provide necessary fuel for learning, sports, and other activities.

Many kids br...

Tip Sheet: Before and After-School Activities (Spanish)

Experts recommend that school-aged children get 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity every day. Schools can increase students’ daily at-school physical activity levels by incorporating more movement into out-of-school time programs...

LiveWell’s School Food Initiative –
Parent and Family Tools

LiveWell’s School Food Initiative is happy to provide a variety of resources for parents and families, including action planning tools, talking points for addressing school food, as well as assessment tools and recruitment tools.

Smart Guide: Family Engagement

The Smart Guides focus on each of the 10 component areas of the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) model. The Family Engagement Smart Guide provides a description of the component, examples of how other components support Family Eng...

Family Engagement: WSCC Menu Advocacy Brief

As schools pursue the strategies for each component of the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) model, using evidenced-based strategies increases their likelihood of successful results. This document provides a sampling of the benefit...

Tip Sheet: Healthy School Snacks

Children need snacks to keep their busy bodies and minds going. Healthy snacking at school can help kids get important nutrients, make up for skipped meals, and provide necessary fuel for learning, sports, and other activities.

Many kids br...

Tip Sheet: Healthy Rewards at School

Rewards happen at many levels across a school. Teachers, administrators, and parent groups offer rewards to recognize and celebrate student accomplishments. The goal of rewarding students is to help them internalize desirable behaviors and create ...

Tip Sheet: Recess for Learning (Spanish)

Experts recommend that schools provide 20 minutes of recess per day. Yet, many schools have reduced or eliminated recess in order to free up more time for academics.

Scaling back recess comes at a cost to learning. Research shows that reces...

Tip Sheet: Nutrition Education and Promotion (Spanish)

Nutrition education teaches students how to choose and enjoy healthy foods along with the benefits of healthy foods on one’s body and mind.

Nutrition education and promotion can take place across the school, formally and informally, inside ...

Tip Sheet: Nutrition Education and Promotion

Nutrition education teaches students how to choose and enjoy healthy foods along with the benefits of healthy foods on one’s body and mind.

Nutrition education and promotion can take place across the school, formally and informally, inside ...

Tip Sheet: Healthy Rewards at School (Spanish)

Rewards happen at many levels across a school. Teachers, administrators, and parent groups offer rewards to recognize and celebrate student accomplishments. The goal of rewarding students is to help them internalize desirable behaviors and create ...

Tip Sheet: Healthy Fundraisers to Promote Family Health (Spanish)

Fundraising events and activities provide schools with a powerful opportunity to send consistent and positive health messages, enhance classroom lessons, and promote healthy living to students and families.

Traditional fundraisers often foc...

Tip Sheet: Healthy Fundraisers – Food Sales at School

When schools promote healthy foods and beverages to fuel their students, they send a strong, positive message about how much they value student health and success.

Food and beverage sales to students during the school day, outside of school...

Tip Sheet: Healthy Fundraisers to Promote Family Health

Fundraising events and activities provide schools with a powerful opportunity to send consistent and positive health messages, enhance classroom lessons, and promote healthy living to students and families.

Traditional fundraisers often foc...

Tip Sheet: Healthy Fundraisers – Food Sales at School (Spanish)

When schools promote healthy foods and beverages to fuel their students, they send a strong, positive message about how much they value student health and success.

Food and beverage sales to students during the school day, outside of school...

Tip Sheet: Healthy Food Ideas (Spanish)

Snack time, celebrations, and family events are great opportunities to promote a healthy lifestyle, provide consistent messages, and create excitement around nutritious choices.

When food is a part of the school day or a special event, scho...

Tip Sheet: Healthy Food Ideas

Snack time, celebrations, and family events are great opportunities to promote a healthy lifestyle, provide consistent messages, and create excitement around nutritious choices.

When food is a part of the school day or a special event, scho...

Tip Sheet: Healthy Birthdays, Celebrations, and Family Events at School (Spanish)

Birthdays, celebrations, and family events are great opportunities to promote a healthy lifestyle, provide consistent messages, and create excitement around nutritious choices at school.

This resource helps with planning events that emphasi...

Tip Sheet: Healthy Birthdays, Celebrations, and Family Events at School

Birthdays, celebrations, and family events are great opportunities to promote a healthy lifestyle, provide consistent messages, and create excitement around nutritious choices at school.

This resource helps with planning events that emphasi...

Tip Sheet: Classroom Energizers (Spanish)

Classroom energizers activate the brain, improve on-task behavior, and leave students more focused and ready to learn. There are many fun and creative ways to include fitness breaks in the daily schedule. This Spanish language tip sheet provides i...

Tip Sheet: Before and After-School Activities

Experts recommend that school-aged children get 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity every day. Schools can increase students’ daily at-school physical activity levels by incorporating more movement into out-of-school time programs...

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