Teach children the importance of nutrition and physical activity using interactive websites and games.
Take small steps toward healthier food choices using tips from these videos.
In this fun game, kids get to pick a new food at the grocery store, taste it, and rate it like a food critic. PDF | 286 KB
Make your weekly errand an opportunity for your kids to learn about new foods and healthy eating choices with this printable bingo card. PDF | 659 KB
Find activity sheets, quizzes, and videos with tips on eating a healthy breakfast. Use the Breakfast from Around the World interactive game to explore what people in different countries may eat for breakfast.
Find colorful stickers, cards, infographics, and activities to help kids and parents learn about healthy eating at school.
Why shop at farmers markets? Fresh, nutritious, locally grown fruits and vegetables are just a few reasons. See what this Nutrition.gov registered dietitian has to say to shoppers and farmers.
Learn about food safety using this printable coloring activity sheet.
Choose from a variety of food safety games and activities to download, including puzzles & word searches, coloring & activity pages, and more.
Is there an activity you want to know more about? Not sure of how to play or what gear you’ll need? Look no further — it’s all right here!
Download the free Dining Decisions game to your iPad, iPhone, or Android device and see how healthy you can make your food plate!
Use these videos and activity sheets to teach children how to read the new Nutrition Facts Label.
Test your knowledge about making healthy snack choices.
Learn about what nutrients are, healthy weight goals, what to do if you are a vegetarian, and more.
Watch these videos to discover how astronauts eat in space.
Watch these videos to discover how astronauts exercise in space and when preparing for missions.
Read about the importance of nutrition for astronauts in the "Space Nutrition" book.
Find games and activities that teach kids in grades 1 to 5 about fruits and vegetables.
Lead the "Outbreak Squad" in protecting the public during a foodborne illness crisis! This online game is intended for grade 5 and above.
Find a variety of activities to encourage preschoolers and children to eat healthy, including:
Get kids excited about healthy food with activity sheets, videos, stories, coloring sheets, and online games.
View a collection of videos starring Captain Create, a cartoon superhero who teaches kids to eat well and be physically active.