This category includes links to PE program grants and other resources for those interested in lessons and tools related to integrating nutrition into PE.
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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.|
|Eating for Peak Performance (PDF)
||A MyPlate-based guide to nutrition for athletes from the Oregon Dairy Council.|
|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 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.|
|Healthy Kids Challenge - Electronic Resources
||A variety of resources for schools and youth programs, to promote healthy eating and physical activity.|
|John C. Stalker: Workshops to Go!
||Request a Workshop to Go and bring a 2-hour culinary workshop designed by the John C. Stalker Institute right to your school staff. Explore workshops such as "Gluten-Free", "Food Allergies", "Substitution Solutions" and many more. Click here to book now!|
||Designed for kids aged 9-12 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.|
|Nutrition 101: A Taste of Food and Fitness
||ICN one-hour lessons that provide a basic overview of nutrition with learning activities. Lessons were created to train adults working in foodservice.|
|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.|
|SPARK Grant-Finder Tool
||Resource for locating national and state-specific grants for your physical education, after school, early childhood or Coordinated School Health program. Grants can be used for curriculum, teacher training, or equipment.|
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