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Developed by Temescal Associates, this curriculum provides a wide variety of activities and strategies to promote mindfulness in the afterschool context.
Developed by the Ontario Department of Parks & Recreation, this video shows several different games that can be used to keep kids physically active during OST>
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This curriculum was designed for middle school youth as a companion to the PBS documentary In Defense of Food. It uses activities and film clips to give young people aged 10 to 14 new tools to think critically about food. Students prepare delicious recipes, create performance poetry and participate in peer-to-peer learning.
A guide to sugar sweetened beverages, the health risks in serving to students, and alternatives to using them with children and youth.
The OSNAP Guide:
A Step by Step Process for
Improving Nutrition and
Physical Activity in Out of
This guide is designed to help OST organizations implement the Out Of School Nutrition and Physical Activity Initiative (OSNAP), a program designed to improve physical activity and nutrition practices and policies.
A vimeo that demonstrates how instructors can use physical activities as part of academic instruction. Can easily be adapted for the OST context.