Dates and Times: June 18, 12-1:30pm EDT, repeated September 15, 12-1:30pm EDT
Three federal Let’s Move! partners will host free training webinars featuring the EatPlayGrow™ early childhood health curriculum of the Children’s Museum of Manhattan CMOM. Presented by CMOM educators, the interactive webinars will cover obesity prevention lesson plans and activities; early childhood methodologies; wellness leadership and capacity building; partner and community resource development; and other topics of interest to staff of child care centers, museums, community centers, faith-based organizations, public libraries, and other community locations where parents and their children come to learn, be active, and have fun.EatPlayGrow™ is an early childhood health curriculum developed by the Children’s Museum of Manhattan CMOM in partnership with the National Institutes of Health’s NIH’s We Can! Program. The curriculum combines the most up-to-date science from the NIH with CMOM’s creative educational approach to teach young children and their parents how to make healthy nutritional and physical activity choices. EatPlayGrow™ is free and available online. Click here to download a copy.
Webinar: EatPlayGrow™early childhood health curriculum
Dates and Times: June 18, 12-1:30pm EDT
repeated September 15, 12-1:30pm EDT
A certificate of completion will be provided to participants who take the entire webinar training does not apply to phone access only.
This webinar training is co-hosted by CMOM’s Let’s Move! Partners: Let’s Move Faith and Communities, Let’s Move! Child Care, and Let’s Move! Museums & Gardens.About the Institute of Museum and Library Services The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for the nations 123,000 libraries and 35,000 museums. Our mission is to inspire libraries and museums to advance innovation, lifelong learning, and cultural and civic engagement. Our grant making, policy development, and research help libraries and museums deliver valuable services that make it possible for communities and individuals to thrive. To learn more, visit www.imls.gov and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Source: Institute of Museum and Library Sciences