Check out everything you need to know to participate. Follow along with the focus of each day and links to help as you mobilize your young people to embrace a healthy lifestyle or choose your own way using the resources here.
Social and emotional health is an important part of building a healthy kid. We can equip kids to build this area of life by introducing them to mindfulness activities such as:
Come join us for family-style yoga at the Liberty Community Center at 6:30pm. Open to school-aged children and up. Please bring a yoga mat, mask, and water. To secure your place, please visit Online Group Exercise Schedule » to register at least 30 minutes prior to the start of class. Space is limited.
Building lifelong healthy eating habits is like building blocks, each block adds to the overall structure. Let’s encourage kids to eat healthy by:
Need help to get started? Check out our Tasty Veggie Loaded Taco recipe Veggie Loaded Tacos » to encourage healthy eating with your family.
Wellness can mean many things, but what does it mean to your favorite young people? Have you asked? Let’s explore what wellness means with our young ones. Here are a few ideas to get you started:
Thoughtful ThursdayPart of being a healthy person includes having positive social relationships with self and others. This isn’t always easy for every kid, but every kid can improve their social health and positive relationships with a little bit of effort. Here are some ways you can help them along in their social health:
Let’s get moving! Physical activity not only fuels the body, but the mind too! Try some of the activities below to get your young person moving.