CD ROM

The Get Up & Grow CD-ROM contains each of the Get Up & Grow brochures and information inserts on healthy eating and physical activity for settings to include in newsletters.

Page last updated: June 2009

Published: June 2009

Insert 1 - Active Outdoor Play! (PDF 119 KB)
Insert 2 - Active play is what children do best! (PDF 115 KB)
Insert 3 - Two types of active play (PDF 118 KB)
Insert 4 - Limiting screen-time means more play time! (PDF 118 KB)
Insert 5 - Leave the stroller at home! (PDF 116 KB)
Insert 6 - Don't forget breakfast! (PDF 123 KB)
Insert 7 - Eat fruit and vegetables every day! (PDF 119 KB)
Insert 8 - Water is the best drink! (PDF 121 KB)
Insert 9 - Prepare food safely! (PDF 123 KB)
Insert 10 - Adults provide, children decide (PDF 118 KB)
Insert 11 - Super snack ideas (PDF 121 KB)


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