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  • New Product! Let's Make Fall Healthy Newsletter Handouts

    Help build a healthier classroom environment with festive and fun activities and recipes in the Let's Make Fall Healthy Newsletter Handout. Focusing on Halloween, Thanksgiving and fall activities, this newsletter tip sheet for education includes tasty party-friendly snack recipes, student activities and more to make classroom parties and holiday events festive and fun. The newsletter features four healthy recipes including boo-nanas, pumpkin smoothie, Thanksgiving turkey and hummus and peanut butter banana spirals.

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  • Breastfeeding Month Education Kit Special $99.95 + Free Shipping!

    To celebrate National Breastfeeding Month in August, Learning ZoneXpress has created the Breastfeeding Education Kit! This resource bundle, specifically designed for WIC offices, contains everything you need to promote breastfeeding, create a positive breastfeeding environment for your clients and educate women about common concerns that may keep them from making the choice to breastfeed.

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  • Berry Blast Smoothie from the Kid Approved Healthy Snacks Cookbook

    Learning ZoneXpress is excited about the new Kid Approved Healthy Snacks Cookbook. All of these recipes look fantastic, so we asked our fans to give them a try. Chelsea is a Wellness Coach for a Medical Center in Minnesota and couldn't wait to try the Berry Blast Smoothie!

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  • Let's Make Spring & Summer Healthy!

    Help build a healthier classroom environment and celebrate spring and summer with fun, seasonal activities, recipes, and healthy living tips found in the Let’s Make Spring & Summer Healthy Newsletter Handout. These handouts for educators and parents offer ideas to encourage more physical activity and tasty recipes as well as the following seasonal produce guide and fun riddles.

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  • National Blueberry & National Watermelon Month Fun!

    July is National Blueberry and National Watermelon Month! To help celebrate, Learning ZoneXpress has a couple fruity jokes for you! These jokes were submitted by Wanda Watermelon and Billy Blueberry!

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  • Learning ZoneXpress supports Say Yes to FCS campaign

    Two years ago, Learning ZoneXpress began a partnership with NASAFACS to promote Family and Consumer Sciences Education due to a shortage of graduates in this career area and to fill the pipeline of future educators. Through this partnership, several products were created with a portion of sales being earmarked to support the "Say YES to FCS" initiative.

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  • 5 Summer Tips for Keeping Kids Active

    The beautiful summer weather has arrived and it is time to keep the kids (and you!) active and outside more this season. Keeping children active helps maintain a healthy weight, reduces risk of illness, grows an appreciation for the outdoors and provides them a great break from screen time. Here are a few tips to get the kiddos active. These tips can be applied both to parents and children as well as educators working with children. Create a list of activities together, a summer bucket list of sorts. Talk to them about what they would like to do outside this summer...

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  • Get Active by Trying a New Activity!

    As mentioned in an earlier post, trying a new activity is a great way to incorporate more activity into your life. It is also a great way to meet new people, create a new hobby and step outside your comfort zone. Here are a few summer activities or sports to try this summer.

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  • EPES commences Training Course of Health and Nutrition Promoters

    The EPES Foundation recently began conducting the training course of community health promoters for the promotion and recovery of nutritional health, based in a rights- and social determinants of health-approach with an emphasis on gender issues.

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  • Just Released: Nutrition Facts Label Resources!

    It's a matter of new facts. A lot has changed in Americans’ diets since the Nutrition Facts labels first appeared on food packages in 1993. Rates of obesity, heart disease, and cancer are high and portion sizes have become more and more generous. Nutrition science has made new discoveries and connections between food and health. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has released a new Nutrition Facts label design that is easier to read and is helpful for consumers to make healthier, informed food choices.

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