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Alphabet Toss

Together, students create an alphabet of their favorite, healthy lunch foods in this active game

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A What?! (Vegetable Version)

Students learn about less common vegetables in this fast-paced game

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Color My Plate

Students sing and learn about colorful vegetables for lunch

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Colors for Dinner

Students get moving and learn the importance of eating a rainbow of dinner foods

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Colors for Lunch

Students get moving and learn the importance of eating a rainbow of lunch foods

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Dinner Mime

Students learn about healthy dinners by miming and guessing how they are prepared

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Eat the Rainbow!

An interactive game that teaches students the importance of eating a variety of healthy lunch foods

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The Farmer in the Dell

Through song, students learn about healthy snack ideas

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Dinner Moves

Students work together to create a dance about how their favorite, healthy dinner foods make them feel.

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Fruit Scramble

Students get moving and dancing while learning a variety of fruits for dessert

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Alphabet Toss

Together, students create an alphabet of their favorite, healthy breakfast foods in this active game.

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Dinner Scramble

Students get moving and dancing while learning a variety of healthy dinner choices

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Hot Potato

Students learn about healthy lunch choices in this trivia game

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Snack Moves

Students work together to create a dance about how their favorite, healthy snack foods make them feel

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Breakfast Behaviors

A quick exercise that gets students moving as they review their healthy breakfast choices

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Dinner Train

By forming a train, students learn how different foods fuel their bodies

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Loopy Laps

Students alter their speed according to the healthiness of lunch foods in this dynamic game.

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Cheddar, Cheddar, Cheese!

Students learn about healthy dairy snacks in this twist on "Duck, Duck, Goose!"

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Breakfast Moves

Students work together to create a dance about how their favorite, healthy breakfast foods make them feel

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Eat the Rainbow!

An interactive game that teaches students the importance of eating a variety of healthy dinner foods

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Lunch Moves

Students work together to create a dance about how their favorite, healthy lunch foods make them feel

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Foods on Five!

Students use their math skills to learn about healthy snack choices

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Breakfast Tag

Students share their healthy breakfast choices in this lively game

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Beanbag Toss

Students learn healthy food choices in this fast-paced game

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Food Detective

Student detectives get moving and gather clues to figure out their healthy dinner foods

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Lunch Scramble

Students get moving and dancing while learning a variety of healthy lunch choices

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Fruit Kebob Tag

Students learn about healthy snacks in this wacky version of tag

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Breakfast Train

By forming a train, students learn how different foods fuel their bodies

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Fast Food to Go Food!

Students brainstorm healthy alternatives to fast foods in this active game

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Hot Potato

Students learn about healthy dinner choices in this trivia game

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Red Light Green Light

A fun physical activity that teaches students about how their bodies react to different lunch foods

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Green, Green, Broccoli!

This twist on the game "Duck, Duck, Goose!" teaches students the importance of vegetables

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Colors for Breakfast

Students get moving and learn the importance of eating a rainbow of breakfast foods

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Breakfast Scramble

Students get moving and dancing while learning a variety of healthy breakfast choices

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Loopy Laps

Students alter their speed according to the healthiness of dinner foods in this dynamic game.

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Sandwich Stack

Together, students create healthy sandwiches in this relay game

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Loopy Laps

Students alter their speed according to the healthiness of snack foods in this dynamic game.

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Eat the Rainbow!

An interactive game that teaches students the importance of eating a variety of foods

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Fruit Kebob Tag

Students learn about healthy snacks in this wacky version of tag

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Red Light Green Light

A fun physical activity that teaches students about how their bodies react to different dinner foods

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Story Time

Students learn to choose healthy lunches while using their storytelling skills

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Red Light Green Light

A fun physical activity that teaches students about how their bodies react to different foods

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Fruitball!

Students learn a variety of fruits they can have for breakfast with this lively game

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Animal Tag

A game that teaches body control and develops overall fitness and fundamental athletic skills

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Form 101: Introduction

Form 101 is a five segment series that explains the fundamentals of good running form. This segment covers the importance of teaching good form and four guidelines for approaching form training.

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Healthy Heart Beat

Students learn about a healthy heart beat in this energetic game

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Form 101: Fundamental Athletic Skills

Young runners should develop a full range of fundamental athletic skills as a foundation for learning good running form and becoming skilled athletes in general.

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Simon Says

The classic game with a healthy food twist

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Sugar Hop

Students learn the difference between added and natural sugar in this fun game

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Simon Says

The classic game with a healthy food twist

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Loopy Laps

Students alter their speed according to the healthiness of foods in this dynamic game.

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Obstacle Medley

A relay game that develops physical fitness, general athletic skills and form skills

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Form 101: Running Posture

Good posture is an important element of running form that helps runners move more efficiently and have a positive mental outlook.

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Simon Says

The classic game with a healthy food twist.

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Form 101: Leg Movements

This segment covers six fundamentals of leg movement to develop in elementary school runners.

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Soul Train

Students dance and brainstorm healthy foods to add to pasta in this entertaining game

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Vegetable Scramble

 Students get moving while learning about a variety of vegetables

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Snack Scramble

Students get moving and dancing while learning a variety of healthy snack choices

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My Yummy Breakfast Song

Students learn about the importance of a varied diet through song and dance

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Toe Tag

A game that is great exercise and develops athletic skills

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Form 101: Arm Movements

The primary role of the arms in running is to stabilize the body. This segment covers five essentials of a good arm swing for elementary school children to explore.

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Pre-Run Breathing

A warm-up activity that focuses and energizes kids, reminds them to breathe consistently, and helps them breathe better

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Sugar Hop

Students learn the difference between added and natural sugar in this fun game

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Springy Feet

Helpful for kids who tend to land on their heels or toes, these exercises show how to land on the midfoot

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Bang the Drums

A form exercise that promotes awareness and control of the arms while teaching the fundamentals of arm swing

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Story Time

Students learn how to make a healthy dinner while using their storytelling skills

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Vegetable Soup

In this lively game students learn about a variety of vegetables that can make a nourishing soup

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Story Time

Students use their storytelling skills to learn to choose healthy snacks

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Protein Toss

Students learn protein-rich breakfast foods with this lively game

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Monster Steps

Students explore different stride lengths to avoid over-striding and under-striding

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Animal Run

By pretending to be different members of the animal kingdom, kids see how it feels to run at different paces

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Cool Down

Students learn a series of stretches for cooling down after running

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Continuous Relay

A game that improves speed, endurance, and pacing skills

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Funky Run

A form exercise that promotes body control and specific aspects of good form

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Vegetable Rainbow

Students think of healthy pizza toppings in this interactive game

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High Knees

Students strengthen muscles that help them lift their knees, leading to a naturally longer stride

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In a Heartbeat

Students get in touch with the most important muscle of all—the heart—learning to take their pulse after exercise.

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Face Relaxation

A form exercise that teaches runners to relax their jaw muscles and face muscles

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Pasta Weave

In this relay game, students learn healthy foods that can be added to pasta

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Wheat, Barley, Rye, GO!

Students get active and learn about whole grains in this spirited game

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Wheat, Barley, Rye, GO!

Students get active and learn about whole grains in this spirited game

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Red Light Green Light

A fun physical activity that teaches students about how their bodies react to different foods

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Tight Rope

Promotes balance and stability while developing power in the hip extensors as students walk the "Tight Rope"

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Soft Touch

It's important to relax the hands when running. Careful not to crush that potato chip!

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The Centipede

Teamwork, endurance, and spurts of speed come into play in this baton-passing game

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Continuous Relay

With plenty of team cheering, students run fast repeatedly, building strength and endurance

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Foot Fire

A form game that teaches body control and promotes running on the balls of the feet and quick turnover

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Foot Fire

Students to run on the ball of the foot as they lift and lower feet quickly while standing on a "hot stove"

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Bang the Drums

Banging two imaginary drums becomes a creative way to learn correct arm movement

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Out and Back

Students deepen their understanding of pacing by attempting to run a given distance back and forth at the same pace

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Ten Seconds and Counting

Like a car going through the gears, kids get to see how their form changes while slowing or increasing speed

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The Centipede

A pacing activity that teaches running at a controlled pace

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Tight Rope

A two-part form exercise that improves balance and joint stability, and develops power in the hamstrings and hip extensors

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Story Time

Students learn how to choose a power breakfast by using their storytelling skills

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Bricks and Feathers

Students experience how it feels to run "light as a feather" versus loaded down by a "ton of bricks"

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Zig Zag

Students learn how arm swing plays an important role in balancing the body during running

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What Is My Time?

Rather than seeing who can run the fastest, students see who has learned the most about measuring their pace

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Funky Run

Students get funky with their running and then use the skills they've learned to correct their form

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Bean Bag Relay

A game that combines friendly competition with high-intensity running

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Animal Run

A pacing game that teaches runners how to control and modulate pace

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