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Sources of Nutrition Education Materials

USDA. FNS. Team Nutrition.

Find free nutrition posters, activity ideas and more for your school. Team Nutrition print materials are available only to schools and child care centers that participate in the Federal Child Nutrition Programs. All others are welcome to download the materials.

USDA. Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion.

Find easy-to-follow food and nutrition tips on a specific topic in a convenient, printable format.

USDA. FNS. Team Nutrition.

Provides middle and high school teachers, mentors, and caregivers with strategies for role modeling positive nutrition and physical activity behaviors, innovative learning activities, and a road map of and links to the Empowering Youth manual.

USDA. FNS. Healthy Meals Resource System.

Free online materials for persons working in the USDA Child Nutrition Programs. All resources listed here were developed by various Child Nutrition State Agencies using funding from Team Nutrition Training Grants.

DHHS. NIH. National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.

The Nutrition Academic Award program supports medical schools interested in increasing opportunities for students, house staff, faculty, and practicing physicians to learn nutrition principles and clinical practice skills with an emphasis on preventing cardiovascular diseases, obesity, diabetes, and other chronic diseases. A number of curriculum guides and instructional materials are available.

Washington State Dairy Council.

Provides newsletters, brochures, reproducible masters, curricula, and more. Online education materials catalog includes new MyPyramid items.

Cattlemen's Beef Board; National Cattlemen's Beef Association.

Provides preschool through 12th grade educators with educational materials that supplement the curriculum. Resources can also be downloaded for use in the classroom.

Kellogg Canada, Inc.

Interactive learning activities from a joint initiative of Dietitians of Canada and Kellogg Canada.

Dole Food Company, Inc.

Nutrition education programs and materials to encourage children to eat 5 to 9 servings of fruits and vegetables a day to promote better health.