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

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

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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.

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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!

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From the Blog

National School Lunch Week 2014

It’s National School Lunch Week (NSLW) 2014!! This year’s theme is all about balancing the healthy foods served in your school’s cafeteria with physical activity.

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OrganWise Applesauce

Apples are an October Foods of the Month! Now is the perfect time to take advantage of all the different types of apples at your local grocery store. Have you ever tried homemade applesauce? This recipe creates a delicious applesauce that tastes like apple pie filling. Eat it for breakfast on a whole wheat English muffin, or top off a cup of low-fat vanilla ice cream with this creation for a tasty dessert. Either way, this is sure to be a huge hit!

Fall Applesauce

Ingredients

5 fuji apples, peeled and cut into 1-2 in. pieces

1/3 cup water

The juice from one lemon

1 tbsp. maple syrup

2 tsp. brown sugar

Cinnamon, to taste

Directions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a large pot and heat until the water begins to boil. Cook for about 25 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the apples are very soft. Remove from heat and let cool for 5 minutes.
  2. Use an immersion blender, regular blender or potato masher (for chunkier sauce) to make the sauce smooth.
  3. Serve warm or store for up to one week in the refrigerator.

applesauce copy

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Fall Kickball

Hey team,

I have a funny story from school yesterday. As many of you know, I love playing sports and getting active – whether it’s tag, dodgeball, kickball, or any game, I’m all over it. Of course, I also love to win. But yesterday, I definitely did not win. It was the final inning of our kickball game, and my team was down by one run. We had a runner on first base and third base, and I was up to kick. The ball came rolling down from the pitcher’s mound and I swung my leg hard. The ball went flying up in the air and I took off for first base and headed toward second when the unthinkable happened … the ball I kicked so high in the air came down and hit me! I got tagged out by the ball from my own kick – So funny! We all were laughing so hard, I almost didn’t even care we lost. Almost. But I do care that you download my coloring sheet for today!

OWG_Blog_Art_10-20-14Talk to you later,

Calci

 

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