California Summer Meal Program Coalition - 3 FREE WEBINARS!

 

Looking for some fun activities to get kids moving while they're at your summer meal sites? Or perhaps you're looking for other nutrition education resources to help kids and their families stay healthy this summer. Check out our three (free) webinars that can help you incorporate nutrition education into your summer meal programs. Click on the titles below to access the pre-recorded webinars.

 Webinar #1: Introduction to Nutrition Education for Summer Programs

  • Heather Reed, Nutrition Education Consultant at California 
  • Department of Education, provides an overview of nutrition education and how summer programs/summer meal programs can integrate fun activities that support nutrition and physical activity...and fun. This webinar includes planning tips, free resources, and sample plans.

Webinar #2: Rethink Your Drink! How Summer Meal Providers Can Help Kids Make Smart Beverage Choices

  • The Network for a Healthy California's Jackie Richardson explains the importance of cutting back on sugar-sweetened beverages and provides practical tips for summer meal providers to help kids and their families make healthier drink choices.

Webinar #3: Children's Power Play Campaign Grows Healthy Habits in the Redwood Empire

  •  Learn by example from Gail Atkins, program director at Redwood Empire Food Bank, how the Network for a Healthy California Children's Power Play! Campaign can support summer meal providers with healthy (and fun!) activities. For summer meal providers serving elementary school-age kids, this is a partnership opportunity you don't want to miss!

Have Questions or need help locating resources?

Contact:chamberlain@ccrwf.org

 

Web Page Summer Meal Coalition


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