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Last Updated: 8-01-08

Nutrition Websites

Dole Super Kids
The 5 A Day for Better Health Program is a National program to encourage all Americans to eat 5 to 9 servings of fruits and vegetables every day for good health.
US Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service
FNS provides children and adults of all ages with nutrition education materials on how to improve their diets and their lives.
MyPyramid offers personalized eating plans, interactive tools to help you plan and assess your food choices, and advice to help you make smart choices from every food group, find your balance between food and physical activity, get the most nutrition out of your calories, and stay within your daily calorie needs. for Kids
This site for kids includes the "Pyramid Blast Off Game," posters, worksheets, and othe classroom materials.
Nutrition Explorations
This site from the National Dairy Council offers nutrition information, newsletters or second and fourth grade students, a nutrition calendar, "Bridge to Wellness" lesson plans for grades 5-10, and other classroom resources.
Action for Healthy Kids
This organization addresses the epidemic of overweight, undernourished and sedentary youth with information and resources such as "Game On!" a year-long wellness challenge program.
American Dietetic Association
ADA provides timely and objective food and nutrition information in the form of reproducible handouts, fact sheets, brochures, and reading lists.
Healthy Youth!
The Center for Disease Control "Healthy Youth" site includes important information on nutrition and physical activity as well as other health behavior issues.
Food and Nutrition Information Center
This service of the US Department of Agriculture provides credible, accurate, and practical resources for nutrition and health professionals, educators, government personnel and consumers.
Healthy Meals Resource System: Nutrition, Learning and Behavior
This collection of reports provides information to help professionals find information related to nutrition, learning and behavior in children.
Florida Citrus
The Florida Department of Citrus (FDOC) offers a teacher's guide, poster, coloring pages, activities and additional resources for encouraging the introduction of citrus as both a nutritious snack and a fun educational tool in the classroom.
Five a Day the Florida Way
The mission of the Florida 5 A Day Program is to promote better health for all Floridians by increasing their fruit and vegetable consumption to 5 or more servings per day.
We Can!
We Can! or "Ways to Enhance Children's Activity & Nutrition" is a national program designed for families and communities to help children maintain a healthy weight. The program focuses on three important behaviors: improved food choices, increased physical activity and reduced screen time.


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FLDOE Contact

Name: Nichole Wilder

Title: Physical Education Coordinator

Phone: 850-245-0813

Fax: 850-245-5116


Web: Physical Education Homepage

325 West Gaines Street Suite 432
Tallahassee, FL 32399