For Parents, Caregivers, and Teachers

Team Nutrition Logo Team Nutrition Parent Resources

USDA. Food and Nutrition Service.

Find resources for parents to improve children's school lunches and get involved in their schools.

Party Make Celebrations Fun, Healthy, and Active (PDF | 174KB)

USDA. Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion.

10 tips to creating healthy, active events.

BodyWorks for Teens Cover BodyWorks: Body Basics (PDF | 10MB)

DHHS. Office on Women’s Health.

Use this toolkit, which provides resources for helping you change everyday habits, to support healthy teens and build strong families.

We Can! Parent Tip Sheets

DHHS. National Institutes of Health.

Are you looking for ideas to help your family eat healthy, get active, and reduce screen time? Try using the helpful tips in We Can!'s parent tip sheets with your family.

We Can! Resources for Your Family

DHHS. National Institutes of Health.

Find information to help your family stay healthy, including weight basics, eating right, and more.

Media Smart Youth TV Media-Smart Youth: Eat, Think, and Be Active!

DHHS. NIH. National Institute of Child Health & Human Development.

Use this 10 lesson program to help tweens and teens think critically about how the media can affect food and physical activity choices.

Kids and Their Bones: A Guide for Parents

DHHS. NIH. National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases.

Parents, find out what you can do now to keep your kids bones strong as they get older.

Mother and Daughter Image Best for Bones Food

DHHS. Office on Women’s Health.

Find information for helping young girls develop life-long healthy bones.

Girls health logo For Parents & Caregivers

DHHS. Office on Women's Health.

Explore information and resources for parents and caregivers of young girls (ages 10-16) to help them deal with some of the issues they may face growing up.