STAYING ACTIVE OVER THE HOLIDAYS!
NEW MOVEMENT GUIDE FOR CHILDREN BIRTH - FIVE
Click the image to view a sample
Be Active Kids now has video on YouTube.
See Be Active Kids in actions and other physical activity examples.
NCIOM RELEASES TASKFORCE RECOMMENDATIONS
full report Issue Brief
NCIOM releases expert taskforce recommendations for obesity prevention for NC’s youngest children.
Click the images above to view full report (left) and brief (right). Also check out some of the great partners across North Carolina doing the good working of early childhood obesity prevention: BCBSNC Foundation, North Carolina Partnership for Children/Smart Start, Natural Learning Initiative/NCSU, and UNC Center for Health Promotion & Disease Prevention/Go NAP SACC.
Toddlers should receive at least 30 minutes of structured physical activity and 60+ minutes of unstructured physical activity each day.
Preschoolers should receive at least 60 minutes of structured physical activity and 60+ minutes of unstructured physical activity each day.
Three month follow up data shows that a greater percentage of child care providers trained on the Be Active Kids curriculum are addressing more best practices related to physical activity in early child care settings. See chart below. The area shaded in blue shows the percentage of child care providers addressing that physical activity best practice at baseline. The red area represents the percentage of child care providers addressing that same practice three months after their initial Be Active Kids training.
2014 - Mid Year Report
2013 - 4th Quarter Report
2013 - Mid Year Report