Me Moments are practices students (and adults!) can use to address their needs at any moment in school and at home. Our partners at Alliance for a Healthier Generation have created a virtual hub of Me Moments you can use in classrooms, at day care, or in your home.
Team Nutrition Quizzes can be used for self-paced knowledge assessments, at trainings, or at other nutrition events as a fun and engaging learning activity. Upon completion of each quiz, quiz takers receive a score along with a link to resources that can help expand their knowledge on the topic and build their menu planning skills.
Rhymes are a great way to boost vocabulary. And it’s sure to make a child smile for miles! If you work with young children and are looking to enhance their language abilities, try these rhyming activities created by our partners at Vroom.
In response to the growing mental health crisis, Sesame Workshop has launched a multi-year initiative to support the emotional well-being of young children and families. The new resources include three videos, articles, printables, and a digital storybook.
How often do you hear, “This looks different than last time!” or “This doesn’t taste the same as it usually does!”? Using standardized recipes can help to ensure your recipe turns out the same way each time you make it. It is a good practice to use a standardized recipe when a menu item has two or more components. That’s why our partners at the Institute for Child Nutrition made these resources on creating a standardized recipe for simple menu items.
It’s Asian American Pacific Islander Month! Discover AAPI inspired recipes and learn more about Qigong, a traditional Chinese practice for movement.
The Nutrition Facts label on food packages provides helpful information. It is a great tool to use when planning menus to determine creditable foods. Our partners at the Institute of Child nutrition created a resource focused on how to use the Nutrition Facts label to credit certain foods in the CACFP.
There are many ways grown-ups can help children take care of their physical, social, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Our partners at Sesame Street in Communities have created new resources to help all families build healthy habits as a foundation for lifelong well-being.
This year, provider appreciation day is May 12 and is all about saying “thank you“ to America’s child care providers. A simple gesture can mean the world to the workforce that keeps the rest of the workforce going. Our partners at Child Care Aware of America make it easy to say #ThankYouChildCare with their toolkit of resources in English and Spanish, and a few easy activities that make a provider feel appreciated.
The pandemic disruption over the last three years has been challenging for all children and caregivers, with added stressors affecting their emotional well-being. This is especially true for military families and caregiving families who experience additional stress. That’s why our partners at Sesame Street in Communities have created 5 new videos highlighting simple strategies for self-care and emotional well-being that families can watch together.