This category includes links to PE program grants and other resources for those interested in lessons and tools related to integrating nutrition into PE.
You can browse this category using the links below, or return to the JSI Resource Center main page.
Activities and Materials for Schools
|Children's Power Play! Campaign Resources
||This campaign develops and tests a variety of resources to help educate, motivate, and empower elementary school-aged children to eat fruits and vegetables and be physically active.|
|Eat Smart to Play Hard
||MyPlate handout promoting healthy eating to fuel activity.|
|Eat Well & Keep Moving-3rd Edition - to Purchase
||Web site to order the Eat Well & Keep Moving curriculum book developed to support fourth- and fifth-grade children in developing lifelong healthy habits.|
|Empowering Youth with Nutrition & Physical Activity
||Empowering Youth is a manual for use in after school programs and classrooms with youth 11-18 years old.|
|Fuel up for Peak Performance (PDF)
||A MyPlate-based guide to nutrition for athletes from the Oregon Dairy Council.|
|Fuel Up to Play 60 - Why Physical Activity?
||101 tips for teaching nutrition concepts in Physical Education, from the Fuel up to Play 360 program.|
|Healthier Generation At School
||Alliance for a Healthier Generation supports schools in their efforts to create environments where physical activity and healthy eating are accessible and encouraged.|
||Designed for kids aged 5-10 and provides a number of interactive resources including kid friendly recipes, fun games to play inside or outside, scavenger hunts, fitness challenges and much more.|
|Mass in Motion
||Massachusetts launched Mass in Motion to prevent overweight and obesity and to reduce chronic disease – with a particular focus on the importance of healthy eating and physical activity.|
|PE Central: Lesson Ideas
||Different lesson plans regarding nutrition and physical activity.|
|SPARK -- for purchase
||From early childhood classrooms to high schools, SPARK offers curricula for wellness, after school, nutrition, and physical education programs. |
|Together Counts Program
||Free resources for school educators to help children be active and healthy. Free lessons for pre-K through 5th grade, after school, and Spanish resources. |
Funding and Grants for PE Programs
|Carol M. White Phys Ed Grant Program
||Provides grants to local educational agencies (LEAs) and community-based organizations (CBOs) to initiate, expand, or enhance physical education programs, including after-school programs, for students in kindergarten through 12th grade.|
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