Be an Active Family
Being active as a family can benefit everyone. Adults need 2½ hours a week of physical activity, and children need 60 minutes a day. Check out these tips to add more activity to your family’s busy schedule.
How Many Calories does Physical Activity Burn?
Want to know how many calories you burn when you're active? Click here to learn more!
Be a Healthy Role Model for Children
They learn from watching you--eat healthy and be active, and your kids will too!
Move More! Poster
This poster gives some great ideas for getting 60 minutes of physical activity every day!
Physical Activity Guidelines for Youth
What's the recommendations for physical activity for kids? Find out here!
Youth Physical Activity: The Role of Families
Find out what families can do to get and keep their children active!
1 in 3 Americans has prediabetes. Do you?
Prediabetes can lead to type 2 diabetes in the future. The good news is that prediabetes can be reversed with small healthy changes. Click below to take the test.
Screen Time Log
Download and print this handy screen time log to see how much time your family spends in front of a screen. Keep one for each person.
Let's Move Screen Time Log
Obama's Let's Move Campaign produced a screen time log to determine to help families keep track of time spent in front of a screen. Download and print this helpful resource and place in an easy location for everyone to use and see, such as near the family television, by the computer, or on the refrigerator.
Let's Move Family Action Chart
Obama's Let's Move Campaign created a family action chart to set goals for your family's health.
Action for Healthy Kids
Action for Healthy Kids envisions a future where every kid is healthy, active and ready to learn. It mobilize school professionals, families and communities across the U.S. to take actions that lead to healthy eating, physical activity and healthier schools where kids thrive.
Alliance for a Healthier Generation website
The Alliance for a Healthier Generation is a catalyst for children’s health. We work with schools, companies, community organizations, healthcare professionals and families to transform the conditions and systems that lead to healthier kids.
CATCH.org is the platform to access program resources for CATCH® , the school health program with the most scientific evidence of effectiveness.
Physical Activity Builds a Healthy and Strong America
This infographic outlines the effects inadequate physical activity has on our nation’s health, economy and military readiness. It also emphasizes the many health, safety, and community benefits increased physical activity can offer.
Physical Activity Recommendations for Youth
This infographic will help you find ways to help all children and young people get at least 60 minutes of physical activity everyday!
Physical Activity at Home, Work and Play
Adding activity into your day is possible. Choose activities that you enjoy. Adults should aim for at least 2½ hours or 150 minutes of physical activity each week. Every little bit adds up, and doing something is better than doing nothing. Most important—have fun while being active!
Make Celebrations Fun, Healthy & Active
Eating healthy and being physically active can be a fun part of parties and events. Great gatherings are easy to do when tasty, healthy foods from all the food groups are offered in a fun, active environment.
Finger Lakes Eat Smart New York School Wellness and CATCH Video
Watch how two local schools are taking a coordinated approach to child health!
New York State Parks website
Now is the time to get out with your family and friends, and enjoy the beauty and fun in Finger Lakes State Parks! This website will help you find a NYS Park near you!
Blast Off Game
Stock your rocket ship with all the food and physical activity you need for a successful trip to outer space!
This resources gives you the information you need to help improve students health through fun activities while still meeting your schools needs.
Create Your Family Media Plan
How much screen time is healthy for you and your family? This tool will help you create a personalized family media use plan.
Let's Move Active Schools
Active kids do better in school. But how do we ensure that kids get the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity a day? Make 60 minutes of physical activity a day the norm in K-12 schools. Let’s Move! Active Schools equips schools with the resources and tools to increase physical education and physical activity opportunities for students, and to cultivate an Active School environment.
Keep Your Heart Healthy!
Take steps today to lower your risk of heart disease. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States.
Heart Disease Fact Sheet from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This handout describes heart disease facts, risk factors, and government efforts to prevent this deadly disease.
Know the Facts about Heart Disease
Want to know more about heart disease? Check out this handout to learn what it is, and how you can prevent heart disease.
This brochure describes the CATCH Program, a school based program that transforms children’s health by improving their nutrition, level of physical activity, classroom environment, and community.
Fruit, Veggie Swag Rap
Do you have a minute for an active break? This you tube video will have you up and dancing!
Evolution of Mom dancing with Michelle Obama and Jimmy Fallon
Dance along with this short video--what a fun way to take a quick break and get your heart pumping!
CDC's Healthy Schools Initiative
What can you do to make your child's school more supportive of healthy eating and physical activity for students? This website has lots of ideas to develop a school environment that encourages healthy lifestyles for students!
Body Mass Index-BMI Calculator
Body Mass Index (BMI) can be used to screen for weight categories that may lead to potential health problems.
Best Bones Forever for Girls
This website has lots of fun stuff to show you how to build strong bones!