Elementary
Schools

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

Early
Childhood

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!

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

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Thank You Health Educators!

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Since 1995, the third week in October has been deemed National Health Education Week (NHEW). It is sponsored each year by Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) in an effort to bring awareness to major public health issues and the importance of understanding the health educators’ roles in promoting health across the country.

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OrganWise Pumpkin Carvings

Have you been procrastinating getting and carving that pumpkin this Halloween? Have no fear, The OrganWise Guys are here! You can download and print images of your favorite OrganWise Guys and pin them on your pumpkin to carve. Having an OrganWise pumpkin could be a great reminder for the kids to make healthier choices when it comes to their stash of Halloween candy. Once you are done carving, cook up those yummy pumpkin seeds and enjoy!

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Halloween Hydration

Hi-ya kids,

Walking around the neighborhood? Fun. Wearing a costume? Fun. Walking around the neighborhood while wearing a costume? Even more fun, but it sure can get hot in those masks! That’s why it’s important to stay hydrated while out trick-or-treating. Grab a bottle of water or two to bring with you while you’re out there. Our plan is to drink water every four or five houses, making sure we drink enough for good hydration. You should do the same, otherwise you might miss out! Oh and don’t forget to download the coloring sheet and activity sheet for today!

Later,

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