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  • Transition to Virtual Summer Camp Expands Reach of Program

    May 17, 2021 The Poe Center for Health Education hosts two week-long Healthy Habits Camp sessions every summer. Kids learn about the importance of nutrition and physical activity through classes, games, gardens, and hands-on cooking experiences. At Healthy Habits Camp, breakfast and lunch are provided through the summer meals program. Additional food tasting occurs with SNAP Ed cooking activities.
  • Toolbox for Community Educators

    2015 California Department of Public Health

    The Fruit, Vegetable and Physical Activity Toolbox for Community Educators (Toolbox) is a direct education and social marketing intervention designed to reach African-American women through nutriti

  • Learning the Alphabet through Edible ABC’s 

    Mar 04, 2021 Preschools and other early learning centers are critical settings for obesity prevention efforts. The preschool years are an important time when young children are learning to develop healthy habits. In FY19, Maryland SNAP-Ed partnered with over 213 early education sites and reached 9,561 preschool-aged kids through face-to-face education and multi-level interventions.
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  • Nutrition in Action

    May 02, 2018 Children usually look forward to classroom parties filled with sweet treats and sugary beverages.  But this year thanks to Nutrition in Action, the Dickinson Elementary holiday party was filled with fresh fruit and yogurt at the students’ requests!
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  • Cooking with Kids

    Feb 02, 2018 When kids help make healthy foods, they are excited to try them! Cooking with Kids teaches public school children about the joys of healthy cooking and eating and where their food comes from.
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  • Chickasaw Nation SNAP-Ed Coordinated Programming and Evaluation

    Aug 04, 2017 The Eagle Adventure program was developed through a collaboration between the Chickasaw Nation Nutrition Services SNAP-Ed Program and the Oklahoma State University in Indian Country for youth and their families after extensive formative research indicated type 2 diabetes as a major concern among parents and elders. The team used the socioecological model (SEM) as the framework for development of the program and evaluation processes.