Physical Activity Bulletin Board ResourcesEat Smart To Play Hard With MyPlate Mini Poster (PDF | 1.7 MB)
USDA. FNS. Team Nutrition.
This two-sided mini poster shows the MyPlate icon on one side and foods in the five food groups on the reverse.
Fitting Fitness in Even When You Are Pressed For Time (PDF | 1.48 MB)
National Cattlemen's Beef Association.
This publication could be used as a the basis for a bulletin board theme. Gives examples of ways to fit in activity and build muscle endurance, with illustrations of muscle stretches.
MyActivity Pyramid (PDF | 3.33 MB)
University of Missouri-Columbia Extension.
These cartoon-like drawings and multiple activity levels show children the kinds of activity needed and how much. Intended for children ages 6 to 11. Can be used in conjunction with the MyActivity Log (PDF | 1.28 MB) for a classroom project.
Although the design is based on MyPyramid, the information is in line with the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans.
Verb: It's What You Do
DHHS. CDC. Youth Media Campaign
This Youth Media Campaign's mission is "to promote healthy lifestyles and displace unhealthy, risky behaviors among youth" through research, media, partnerships and community efforts. The campaign which is part of a five year strategic effort targets youth ages 9-13 and their parents and teachers by encouraging physical and pro-social activity.
WIN the Rockies Media
University of Idaho; Montana State University; University of Wyoming.
Collection of posters to promote physical activity, respect for body-size differences, and healthful eating. Also available in Spanish. These files are shared for educational purposes but not for sale purposes. Please do not alter.