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SPARK is a research-based organization that disseminates evidence-based Physical Education, After School, Early Childhood, and Coordinated School Health programs to teachers and recreation leaders serving Pre-K through 12th grade students.

Each SPARK Program strives to foster environmental and behavioral change by providing a coordinated package of evidence-based curriculum, on-site staff development, lifetime follow-up consultation, and content-matched equipment.
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Diet and Nutrition

Wisconsin Diet and Nutrition Standards

Serving up MyPlate: A Yummy Curriculum

Choose MYPlate
MyPlate Nutrition Education for Kindergarten

Health Smart

International Food Information Council

Team Nutrition- August Newsletter

Whole Grains Council

The Whole Grains Council wants to support everyone who's helping spread the word about the health benefits of whole grains, or about easy ways to find and enjoy more whole grains.
Check out their educational materials under the RESOURCES tab.

Fruits and Veggies More Matters

A health initiative focused on helping Americans increase fruit & vegetable consumption for better health. Check out the free programs and curriculum under HEALTHY KIDS: Programs that teach kids about fruits and vegetables.

Healthy Living

Sanford FIT
Being fit is more than what you eat and how much you exercise; it’s about doing quick and simple things every day in different parts of your life.

JAM School Program

The JAM (Just-a-Minute) School Program is a free physical activity and health education resource that promotes activity in the classroom. JAM is designed to teach kids (and adults too!) healthier lifestyle habits and get them moving. JAM resources offer a weekly one-minute exercise routine called JAMmin' Minute®, a more extensive routine called JAM Blast®, and a monthly health newsletter called Health-E-tips.

Click here to sign up for the newsletter and access some easy routines to get moving.

NPR One Story:
Scientists Say Child's Play Helps Build A Better Brain