Children and Adolescents
ILSI Center for Health Promotion 'TAKE 10!®'
TAKE 10!® is a classroom-based physical activity program for kindergarten to fifth grade students, containing a curriculum tool created by teachers for teachers and students.
American Heart Association 'Jump Rope for Heart'
Jump Rope for Heart is a website that enables schools to carry out a fundraising jump rope program. Children learn the importance of being physically active while at the same time, raising money for heart disease and stroke.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 'BAM! Body and Mind Teacher’s Corner'
The CDC created BAM! Body and Mind for kids 9-13 years old to provide them with interactive, educational, and fun activities to promote physical activity.
Action for Healthy Kids
The AFHK website represents a nationwide initiative dedicated to improving the health and educational performance of children through better nutrition and physical activity in schools.
Project ACES (All Children Exercise Simultaneously) aims to educate children about the importance of lifelong fitness. Each May, millions of school children all over the globe exercise simultaneously in a symbolic gesture of fitness and unity.
The SPARK (Sports, Play and Active Recreation for Kids) Programs represents a collection of research-based physical activity/nutrition programs for elementary school aged children.
EnhanceFitness is a community physical activity program for older adults taught by certified fitness instructors, and modified for individuals with disabilities.
Caminemos is a bilingual physical activity program for older Latinos/Hispanic adults. Classes are offered in Spanish and English in the greater Los Angeles area.