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Toolkits and Resources

These activities and lesson plans will help nutrition educators, dietitians, nutritionists, nurses, diabetes educators, school teachers, and others interested in promoting health education and increasing physical activity.

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Resources and Activities

Curricula and Lesson Plans

Other Recommended Resources

Eat Smart, Live Strong: Nutrition Education for Older AdultsSNAP-Ed Connection; United States Department of Agriculture — Nutrition education for older adults designed to improve fruit and vegetable consumption and physical activity among 60-74 year olds.

Maintaining Participation of Older Adults in Community-Based Physical Activity Programs (214 K PDF) — National Council on Aging — This issue covers motivating, recruiting, and reengaging older adults in community-based physical activity programs.

Cooking Up Community: Nutrition Education in Emergency Food ProgramsWhyHunger — Resources and information about innovative nutrition education programming by organizations around the country. These models can serve as examples and inspiration to create new programming or as sources for collaboration and ideas.

Healthy Food Bank Hub Feeding America, Kids Eat Right, and National Dairy Council — Evaluated recipes, strategies, assessments, and evaluations for nutrition education professionals.

Healthy Food Choices in SchoolseXtension — This resource area empowers school food service directors and staff, school administrators, teachers, health professionals, and wellness committees to make changes that encourage children to make healthier food selections in school food environments.

School Health GuidelinesCenters for Disease Control and Prevention — Report summarizes how the many components of school environments can work together to promote healthy eating and physical activity.
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