Companies Committed to Kids (CCK)
CCK resources include nationally televised Public Service Announcements and curricula for children in Kindergarten to Grade 8. The programs are designed to fit with the different learning abilities, styles, and interests of children in primary, junior, and intermediate classrooms, and are aligned with the provincial curriculum.
Power to Play!
Power to Play! is a superhero-themed program encouraging healthy eating and physical activity for children. Brock Lee and Coco Lait are the superheroes who lead K-3 students on fun healthy eating and physical activity adventures so they can have the power to play, think, and feel great! Power to Play! has been designed by Registered Dietitians, teachers and students and includes four grade-specific, cross-curricular programs that meet expectations in Health and Physical Education, Language, Mathematics, the Arts, Science and Technology, and Social Studies.
Ontario Physical and Health Education Association (OPHEA)
OPHEA is a non-profit organization that champions healthy, active living in schools and communities through quality programs, services partnerships, and advocacy. It is led by the vision that all children and youth value and enjoy the lifelong benefits of healthy, active living. Resources for physical and health education are provided.
Power to Explore!
Power to Explore! is a junior-level cross-curricular healthy-living program that gives students the power to explore their personal food and activity choices. Students build awareness and develop skills to improve health.
Power 2B Me
Power 2B Me is an innovative cross-curricular program that instructs intermediate students how to eat well. Through engaging in-class activities, food challenge videos, and online technology (including photo-journaling, polls, and food factoids), Grade 7 & 8 students explore personal healthy eating challenges and consider relevant solutions to make better food choices.
My Meal Matrix
My Meal Matrix is a free, interactive web-based tool, designed to motivate high school students to reflect on and improve their eating habits. Using My Meal Matrix, students electronically record their food intake, review their food record assessment based on Canadian recommendations, and set and track a relevant goal to improve their eating habits.