Adults aren't the only ones that could use some resolutions. Help your keiki set some resolutions of their own!
Challenge participants (preschool to 5th grade) are invited to complete activities to earn a finisher prize and help their school earn funds to support P.E. and nutrition programs. Families are...
Hawaii Schools to receive nearly $5 million in meal program assistance. Of that, half a million dollars will be spent on local producers.
The Keiki Rainbow Wellness Challenge is a FREE well-being activity for students and their families during the month of May.
Physical activity should be fun – swimming, surfing, paddling, walking, running, dancing, and gardening!
-Be a role model – drink water throughout the day.
-Serve water or low fat milk at meals. If it’s around, they will drink it.
-Give everyone a water bottle and refill it often.
-Avoid sweetened drinks around the house. If it’s around, they will drink it.
-Water is the best choice during and after physical activity.
Fruits, roots and vegetables, including root vegetables such as taro (poi) and sweet potato, are packed with nutrients. To get the amount recommended, most of us need to increase the amount of fruits, roots and veggies we currently eat.
HANDS Wash them often
ELBOW Cough into it
FACE Don't touch it
FEET Stay more than 3ft (1m) apart
FEEL sick? Stay home
The 2020 Keiki Rainbow Run, which was scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 28, 2020, at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa’s Clarence T.C. Ching Field, will take place virtually, rather than in-person, out of an abundance of caution and due to rising concerns around coronavirus, or COVID-19.