Home visitors and others who work with families can use this resource to share information about tummy time, include tummy time in daily routines, and assess a family’s home to make sure tummy time is safe.
Physical activity is a great way to learn, play, and to support a healthy, active lifestyle. Explore these resources to learn how physical activity supports brain development, find activities for children, and more.
Share this resource with families to help them do tummy time activities with their baby.
In this chapter of the Health Manager Orientation Guide, learn about the health manager’s role in helping programs meet the nutritional and physical activity needs of each child.
Watch this video to learn how child care health consultants can work with programs to share current nutrition and physical activity practices.
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.
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.
Listen to this podcast for home visitors on helping families promote tummy time with their babies.
This fact sheet includes tips families can use to help young children develop positive active play behaviors.