Healthy Kids Programs
Get Healthy Kids
This healthy lifestyle program, for kids ages 8 to 16 and their families, consists of six weekly, 90-minute sessions. Activities include a nutrition lesson, physical activity, goal setting and a support session for parents or guardians. Participants who complete the class receive a cookbook and entry into a prize drawing.
Eat a Rainbow
Convincing kids to eat their fruits and veggies is no small feat. That’s why our live-action play enlists a troupe of three vegetable superheroes to show kids that eating healthy can be fun. Kids who attend the performance at their school receive a set of five colorful wristbands to remind them to eat a rainbow of five servings of fruits and vegetables each day.
The Kids Health Exhibit
This interactive traveling exhibit for kids ages 6 to 12 teaches healthy lifestyle tips through nine hands-on stations focused on nutrition, physical activity and living tobacco-free. To schedule The Kids Exhibit to appear at a school or library near you, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kids 'N the Kitchen
Our mobile teaching kitchens, for grades K-8, help students improve their nutritional IQ by learning cooking fundamentals. The program also helps kids understand how to read food labels, identify hidden sugars and prepare healthy meals.
Safe Routes to School (SRTS)
Get Healthy, Live Well partners with the community, parents and administrators of Carrollton City Schools to make it safer for kids to bike and walk to school, enabling families to embrace a healthier lifestyle. The Carrollton GreenBelt trail system connects many neighborhoods with city schools. Download this map to discover additional safe routes near you. To learn more about Safe Routes to School, visit carrolltoncityschools.net or email email@example.com.
Power Up for 30 (PU30)
The goal of this statewide initiative is to give kids more opportunities for physical activity before, during and after the school day. As part of the program, elementary school teachers learn how to integrate an additional 30 minutes or more of physical activity into the curriculum. A study evaluating the impact of PU30 on Georgia public elementary schools and their students is available online.