Learn how movement activities can support brain development and learning in this two-part course available on the Individualized Professional Development (iPD) Portfolio.
Follow the recommendations in this printable poster to reduce the risk of injury while caring for young children.
Share this video on active play ideas for toddlers with parents on a home visit or during a socialization. Use this resource to help parents consider goals around physical activity.
Learn about the environmental factors that can impact children's health. Find ways programs can tailor health services to help children improve their nutrition habits, health, and well-being.
IMIL is a Head Start initiative that seeks to increase the quantity of physical activity, improve the quality of physical movement experiences, and teach children about healthy nutrition choices.
Use these five stretches while working at your desk, in a classroom, or share them at a team meeting.
This fact sheet includes tips families can use to help young children develop positive active play behaviors.
This fact sheet provides information on healthy active living. It discusses the importance of physical activity, a healthy diet, and quality sleep to the overall growth, development, and learning of young children.
I Am Moving, I Am Learning (IMIL) is a proactive approach for addressing childhood obesity in Head Start children. Training participants provided these testimonials after attending the IMIL trainings in 2017–2020.