An evidence-based program for schools that incorporates healthy lifestyle education into the academic school day. All items also sold separately.


These engaging materials provide daily nutrition and physical activity lessons to teach young children healthy living habits at this important age!

Summer Camp &
After School

Make the summer months and afterschool time a healthy adventure for kids! These suggested materials are fun and flexible enough to fit into most settings.

Community Health Educators/Hospitals

From presentation kits to stickers, there is something for every educator to augment current program goals. Visit our store to find over 100 FUN, educational items!

Science-based! Evidence-backed! Child-friendly!

The OrganWise Guys materials are scientifically proven to work in the fight against childhood obesity.

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From the Blog

Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation Summer Contest

This summer we were excited to pilot a fun contest idea with Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation. They were thrilled to accept the challenge and the results were quite impressive. We have previously mentioned that Gwinnett County is The OrganWise Guys’ home base, so we love being able to work right in our own backyard!


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Lunch Prep Problems Solved

By Karen McNamara

By Karen McNamara

I recall opening up my Holly Hobby lunchbox in the school cafeteria and thinking, “Oh man, I really wanted bologna and cheese today instead of this!” So I told me mom that I’d really like to start making my own lunch – if that was okay with her! “What a GREAT idea!” she said without the slightest hesitation. Little did I know that I was letting us both off of the hook!


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Enjoy your Labor Day Holiday!

Hi guys and girls,

Today’s Labor Day! I told you last week I was going to find out what exactly the Labor Day holiday was, and I did. Labor Day is celebrated the first Monday of September, and it is a holiday created to honor all of the accomplishments workers have made in our country. So that means that all the great things your teachers, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, neighbors, and more have accomplished, have helped to make our country what it is today. As you enjoy the day off from school, know that we need to keep working hard to continue the tradition of excellence that we love so much about this country. Make sure and get your coloring sheet for today, but don’t work TOO hard on it!

Keep eating healthy,

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