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Recipes for kids

PowerUp is all about eating better and moving more! We believe that the recipe for healthy communities is a mix of smart resources, a little encouragement and a whole lot of fun. Start simple by cooking tonight. Your taste buds will thank you.

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PowerUp recipe contest

Submissions are now closed. Stay tuned to see who gets named this year's Power Chef!

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Fruit and Veggie Rx

Schedule your back-to-school exam before Monday, July 23
Learn more | Nutrition info | Kale Chip Recipe Video

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PowerUp Play Zone

We are moving more with the St. Paul Saints at CHS Field!

Check out the new PowerUp Play Zone!

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Calling all teachers

Get your kids involved in the classroom. Download worksheets, word searches, mazes and more. PowerUp nutrition resources are suitable for children of all ages. Teacher aides meet National Health Education Standards.

Free teacher resources

 

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Family mealtime

Make healthy food fun with these tips and tricks. Minnesota and Wisconsin families can give these lunchbox foods a try. Eating out? It’s possible to eat healthy there, too!

Lunchbox tips and tricks

Family meals in minutes

Get kids to eat better at restaurants

Mealtime conversation starters

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Kids activities

Download and print nutrition activities for kids. Nutrition worksheets help make fruits and veggies fun!

Activity book

Word search: Fruits and veggies

Matching: Fruits and veggies

Maze: A-maize-ing!

Art: Make it with food

Camp 5210: June 24 – 28, 2018

 

Did your child participate in the PowerUp School Challenge at school?

PowerUp is a community-wide campaign from HealthPartners. It improves the health of members, patients, employees and communities. This campaign makes it easy and fun for everyone to eat better and move more. We do this important work through programs, partnerships and useful resources.

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