Third edition of award-winning, evidence-based curriculum released!

Eat Well & Keep Moving, Third Edition (Human Kinetics), is a school-based program that equips children with the knowledge, skills, and supportive environment they need to lead more healthful lives by choosing nutritious diets and being physically active. Designed for fourth- and fifth-grade students, its six interlinked components—classroom education, physical education, school-wide promotional campaigns, food services, staff … Continue reading “Third edition of award-winning, evidence-based curriculum released!”

“Outsmarting the Smart Screens” Guide featured in NY Times,

Our Outsmarting the Smart Screens guide, a resource to help parents take control of their children’s screen time, was recently featured in the New York Times’ Well Column: “How to Cut Children’s Screen Time? Say No to Yourself First:” Two experts at the Harvard School of Public Health, Steven Gortmaker and Kaley Skapinsky, offer a free … Continue reading ““Outsmarting the Smart Screens” Guide featured in NY Times,”

Outsmarting the Smart Screens!

New tools and resources from the PRC to help limit children’s screen time. We frequently hear from parents about the challenges of limiting the amount of time children spend in front of the television, computers, video games, smartphones, and tablets. Technology can be educational and fun. But, children are spending more and more time in … Continue reading “Outsmarting the Smart Screens!”