Game nights. Holiday dancing. Fancy tea. Colorful fruit. Your family can use any or all of these to build healthy habits.
- Welcome the cooler weather with these healthy ideas.
- Costumes. Cider. Leaves. Pumpkins. Fall offers fun ways to build healthy habits.
- Drawing can help your family relieve stress and spend less time with screens.
- Skippity hop hop to meet your daily movement goal.
- Just add water and your one hour of daily exercise will fly by.
- At the lake or in the living room, fishing can be a fun way to get moving.
- Dig in the dirt to feel more grounded and take a break from screens.
- Get sippy with a zippy straw that’s good for the planet.
- Spring cleaning can be a great little workout for the whole family.
- Picking up litter helps build muscles and pride in your neighborhood.
- When it's cold outside, focus on indoor chores, like cleaning your closets.
- Give kids water or other non-sugary beverages to keep them hydrated.
- Just 60 minutes of any kind of movement can do wonders for kids’ health.
- Help kids understand why limits are important and worthwhile.
- Tips on why and how to get your kids to eat enough fruits and vegetables.
- Pediatricians encourage parents to use the 5-2-1-0 approach to help children build daily health habits. Here’s why.