Banking on Wellness
Banking on Wellness is an exciting exercise and nutrition production that teaches school children, ages 5-12, about the importance of healthy foods and fitness. Students are encouraged to choose wholesome foods and engage in age-appropriate physical activity as they participate in three exciting games, including a bean bag toss, a relay race, and freeze tag. Each activity introduces an important component of healthy living, such as eating fruits and vegetables and daily exercise.
Banking on Wellness has been presented to over 8000 children since its inception in the fall of 2010. Dozens of organizations, including public and private schools, YMCA’s, church groups, cub scouts and the Autistic Service Center, have hosted this fun and engaging program. This one hour program is available free of charge, and is perfect for physical education classes, afterschool programs, summer camps, or special events
Banking on Wellness is funded exclusively through a generous grant provided by General Mills.
The Reviews are in:
“I loved the activities! They taught the kids about healthy eating but still got them moving around, doing fun things – they really respond to that!”
Ms. Kelly – Big Brother, Big Sister
“This was the most thought out and age appropriate program I’ve ever attended. Excellent job!”
Ms. Ganci - 2nd Grade Teacher
“Thank you for coming to Autistic Services to teach our individuals about nutrition and fitness in a fun way! I heard many of the children and adults leaving with their parents telling them of the information that you shared with us.”
Mrs. Taylor – Autistic Services
“The students were having fun while learning!”
Ms. Rozier – CAO
“Thank you! I have recommended that our district’s other elementary buildings bring in Banking on Wellness.”
Mr. Balcom – Phys Ed Teacher
|“It instructed students to make healthy food choices in a very fun, motivational way.” |
Mrs. Zona – Phys Ed Teacher
For more information, or to bring Banking on Wellness to your organization, please contact Stephanie Lawson, email@example.com.