A healthy behaviors survey measuring fruit and vegetable intake, physical activity, screen time, sleep, and fat intake. The survey is designed for the parents and caregivers 3-5 year olds who are low-income, English-speaking, in the United States, and have low-literacy skills. The purposes of the tool: pediatric obesity risk assessment, evaluation of education interventions with an obesity prevention focus, and goal setting to facilitate pediatric obesity prevention.
SNAP-Ed-funded projects will need to remove the brand names from the evaluation tool before using in programming.
Listed in the SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework Interpretive Guide.
Used to measure Indicator MT1: Healthy Eating Behaviors.
- Pilot Tested
Content based on:
Guiding Family-Based Obesity Prevention Efforts in Low-Income Children in the United States. Part 1: What Determinants Do We Target? (PDF, 247 KB)
Guiding Family-Based Obesity Prevention Efforts in Low-Income Children in the United States. Part 2: What Behaviors Do We Target? (PDF, 266 KB)
Improving readability of an evaluation tool for low-income clients using visual information processing theories.