Power Play! Campaign Resources
The Power Play! Campaign develops and tests a variety of resources to help educate, motivate, and empower 9- to 11-year-old children to eat fruits and vegetables and be physically active. The materials are research-based, educator-friendly, and appealing to children.
Qualifying community organizations in California can request free copies of the Power Play! Campaign’s educational and promotional materials through their Local Health Department. Materials include printed copies of the Idea & Resource Kits, student workbooks for each participating student, and promotional items to reinforce educational activities conducted with children. Start making a difference now.
How Much Do I Need?
Show children how many cups of fruits and vegetables they should eat every day, based on their age, gender, and physical activity level
School Idea & Resource Kits for 4th and 5th grades
Each Kit includes 10 activities designed to encourage and motivate students to eat fruits and vegetables and be physically active every day. The activities link to the California Content Standards in English/Language Arts and Mathematics.
Fourth Grade - School Idea & Resource Kit
Fifth Grade - School Idea & Resource Kit
Community Youth Organization Idea & Resources Kit
Designed for use in out-of-school settings, this Kit includes educational activities and physically active games focused on fruits and vegetables and physical activity.
Power Up for Learning
Power Up for Learning is a supplement to the School Idea & Resource Kits for fourth and fifth grade teachers. By using both resources, you can integrate physical activity into the Children’s Power Play! Campaign by not only teaching your students about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables, but also by being physically active through a combination of classroom lessons, large-space physical activities and quick energizers.
Power Up Your Summer! Challenge
Help Your Kids Power Up with Fruits and Vegetables and Be Active Tips For Parents (PDF) English | Spanish
This brochure is full of practical and fun ways for families to make healthy choices together.
Snapshots and Stories: My Voice, My Community (PDF)
A photovoice guide to championing elementary school children as community advocates.