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Get a Jump On Summer! Ideas to Promote Healthy Eating & Physical Activity
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AOSN is a sponsored initiative of Arkansas State University Childhood Services and is one of 41 statewide afterschool networks in the U.S. supported by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation.
Our Mission To create safe, healthy, and enriching learning experiences during out of school time for children and youth ages 5-19.
AGENDA Instructions & Introductions /AOSN Overview and Mission– Laveta Wills-Hale, ASU Childhood Services/ AOSN Why Summer is the Perfect Time to Promote Health and Wellness in Children and Youth/Strategies for an Active Summer – Daniel Hatcher, Alliance for a Healthier Generation Nutrition Facts/Resources for Programs- Jill Turley, Alliance for a Healthier Generation Q & A – Wrap-up
Welcome. As you sign on, consider the following question: Why do you think summer is a great time to encourage youth to eat better and move more?
DANIEL W. HATCHER, MPH National Healthy Out-of-School Time Advisor The Alliance for a Healthier Generation Washington, District of
Summer Learning Loss Summer Weight Gain Parental Challenges Summer is essential!
Strategies for an ACTIVE summer Make transition time ACTIVE time TRY new & unique outdoor activities Focus on GROUP activities to reduce wait time Do active CRAFTS on rainy days Hold a FAMILY event
Summer is a great time to educate kids about healthy lifestyles, role model the behaviors ourselves and cultivate environments that make it easier for kids to make healthier choices. Summer means opportunity!
JILL R. TURLEY, MS, RD/LD, SNS National Nutrition Advisor
WHERE ARE THE FOODS & BEVERAGES? Vending Machines Snacks/ Meals Stores/ Snack Carts Fundraising Celebrations Rewards
Sports Drinks THE “NO” STUFF Cakes, Cookies, Brownies, Pies or Other Pastries
HEALTHIER FOODS & BEVERAGES Water, Milk or Juice Smoothies or Parfaits Popcorn, Whole Grain Crackers or Baked Chips Bean Dip Fruits & Veggies Roll-Ups
WHAT ELSE? Nutrition Education Staff Training EnvironmentSupport Staff Modeling Nutrition Education Staff Training Environment Write a Policy Statement Support
HYDRATION BEST THIRST QUENCHER!
Make it F-U-N!Tract it! Play with it! Remember it! Play with it! Track it!Make it F-U-N! a KEEP COOL WITH WATER!
ENHANCED WATER (20 oz.) How much sugar… ~8 tsp. `
SPORTS DRINK (20 oz.) How much sugar… ~9 tsp. `
SODA (can) How much sugar… ~11 tsp. `
ENERGY DRINK (16 oz.) How much sugar… ~15 tsp. `
SODA (20 oz.) How much sugar… ~17 tsp. `
INFORMATION FOR LEADERS
Need for nutrition assistance Children are at home There’s interest in summer meals DURING SUMMER… Looking for safe, trusted places with quality food Awareness is low Want to hear from schools/ trusted sources
CENTER FOR BEST PRACTICES
PLAN A HEALTHY EVENT!
Search the Resource Database
Discussion Time What’s one thing that you heard today that you like? What’s one question that you have?
Special Thanks to our the Alliance for a Healthier Generation and guest representatives, Michelle Harvey and Other ASU/AOSN Staff and all of those who have participated in this webinar.
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