Join the movement and encourage your community to eat healthy and get moving with NRPA’s new nutrition literacy curriculum, Commit to Health: Foods of the Month.

The Commit to Health: Foods of the Month nutrition literacy curriculum is specifically designed for park and recreation agencies to implement at their sites. All of the materials are free and downloadable.

Foods of the Month Materials

  • Lesson Plan Guide
  • Foods of the Month Posters
  • Newsletter with Tips and Healthy Recipes
  • Coloring and Activity Pages
  • Fun, Experiential Activities!
  • USDA MyPlate and Other Fun, Healthy Activities!
  • Fun Being Active Tips
  • Resources for the Home Newsletter


Foods of the Month Facilitator's Guide

Explore the Commit to Health: Foods of the Month & Community and Home Gardening Facilitator's Guide to gain a better understanding of how to implement the curriculum into your out-of-school time programs.  The Facilitator's Guide will walk you through each of the materials included in the curriculum and provides best practices for implementation.

Download the Facilitator's Guide


Foods of the Month Calendar

Foods of the Month CalendarUse the Foods of the Month Calendar to plan your out-of-school time nutrition education activities for the entire year. Don’t forget to print the calendar and display it at your park and recreation sites!

Click here to download the Foods of the Month Calendar

 



Commit to Health: Foods of the Month Curriculum 

 

Commit to Health Poster

Commit to Health Poster

 

Have you joined NRPA’s Commit to Health campaign at your park and recreation site? Download this poster featuring all of the HEPA standards you’re implementing and promote the great work you are doing in your community!

 

 

Commit to Health Certificate

Download this certificate of completion as a fun reward for children after their participation in the Commit to Health: Foods of the Month nutrition literacy curriculum!

Click here to download the Commit to Health Certificate

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