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Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 66
Resources to help reach and teach autistic students; call to spend federal money on school buildings; giving kids water instead of sugary drinks helps prevent obesity; school program helps kids learn to make better choices about foods, activities.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 65
Lack of school nurses impacts students health, academics; keeping kids on campus for lunch; prolonged consumption of sports drinks can lead to tooth decay; the new phys ed stresses fitness for life.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 64
Employing brain research to improve instruction; abstinence-only education could be on its way out; restrictions on cyberbullying raise Constitutional concerns; Peaceful Playgrounds offers kids options for active play.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 63
Kids can learn to tap away stress and anger; more children sick with drug-resistant staph infections; some tainted peanut products sent to schools; Childrens Hunger Alliance promotes school breakfast programs.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 62
千亿体育官网 Students prep mentally, physically for fitness contest; some question mass-producing school lunches; push for more healthful eating takes toll on bake sales; program teaches kids I-CAN make better food choices.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 61
千亿体育官网 Mothers books explain diabetes, asthma, to kids; school breakfasts are one of best investments for school preparedness; about 1 out 200 U.S. kids are vegetarians; phys ed classes emphasizing fitness for life.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 60
Making nutrition an ongoing lesson; threats of fines, jail, improve vaccination rate; as economy suffers, child neglect cases increase; educating teens about sports drinks, protein bars.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 59
千亿体育官网 Pep rallies relieve stress, motivate students for high stakes tests; state weighs banning junk food from schools; schools consider breath tests for all students before dances; program integrates cooking and academics.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 58
Sports math scores points with students, teachers; more students receiving free, reduced-price school lunches; another state bans soda sales in schools; principal wants students and teachers to get up, get out, get fit.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 57
千亿体育官网 Parents learn to address poor behavior, leading to improved learning; study finds greater media exposure harms kids health; school clinic reaches out to the community; program teaches kids to be fit, be safe.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 56
Schools 100 Mile Club offers students exercise, focus; new PE program stresses life-long fitness; state law requires 30 minutes of continuous exercise daily for K-5 pupils; KID-FIT targets the pre-K set.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 55
Backpacks are weighty problem for some students; group wants to limit pesticide use near schools; banning soda in schools doesnt reduce overall consumption; elementary students run for fun and fitness.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 54
Reading and math carnival provides low-stress test prep; school offers skateboarding course; district told to dump junk food or lose federal money; FOODPLAY uses theater to teach about nutrition and exercise.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 53
Preventing the MRSA infection in schools; more teens searching online for health information; poor vision could cause homework, reading problems; Animal Trackers develops young childrens motor skills.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 52
千亿体育官网 Parents eager for information on child brain development; rising food costs jeopardize healthful snacks for kids; community coalition stresses nutrition, exercise to kids and parents; new national physical activity guidelines for children.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 51
Despite reports of schools dropping recess, most elementary students still play daily; schools ban sweet snacks; city girls get started in sports later than city boys; Team Nutrition brings lessons, games to elementary students.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 50
Author urges teaching kids not to be victims, rather than eliminating bullying; schools sink teeth into Food Is Elementary; obesity screenings have not meant more teasing for heavy students; teachers, kids, Drop Everything and Walk.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 49
千亿体育官网 Stopping the spread of GI illnesses in schools; chef makes over school lunches, adding local produce; students learn about growing vegetables in education garden; teens talk to peers about healthful eating and exercise.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 48
An insiders look at the stress in students lives; YMCA wants students to take 10 billion steps; some experts say kids should forget about a mini-treadmill and play outside more; program promotes better choices about diet, activities.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 47
Counselors can help improve all students behavior, performance; Florida, Maryland schools have best lunches; school soda bans not affecting overall consumption; Kids Up Front teaches cooking, nutrition basics.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 46
Aging schools house health hazards; all English 11-year-olds could receive cookbooks; state planning healthy school report cards; elementary wellness, exercise program benefits students, staff.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 45
Acting out could be a sign of stress for some students; state starts tracking student obesity levels; school clinic has been busy since opening last month; revamped P.E. helps students set, meet fitness goals.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 44
千亿体育官网 Fitness champ/P.E. instructor teaches by example; school lunches keep getting leaner; vaccine-wary parents concern school, health officials; CATCH teaches kids how to prevent heart disease, diabetes.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 43
千亿体育官网 School wellness policies promote healthful food choices; parents influence whether kids eat fruits and vegetables; most kids fast-food meals too high in calories; health system addresses students nutrition, exercise needs.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 42
Schools honored for anti-obesity efforts; green cleaners catching on in schools; program introduces students to healthful eating habits, foods; doctors say more teens need meningitis vaccine.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 41
Students learn better in clean schools; group seeks to ban processed meat from cafeterias; breakfast enhances concentration in school; student-athletes learn about sports nutrition products.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 40
千亿体育官网 Schools banning tag, calling it unsafe; young children who eat nutritious food score better on tests as adults; overweight students score lower on certain tests; school program connects cooking with academics.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 39
School distributes backpacks of food to hungry kids; middle-schoolers overuse of energy drinks concerns teachers; student leaders can discourage peers from smoking; at-risk kids sent to time-in" to exercise.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 38
千亿体育官网 Sports4Kids improves recess by teaching children the rules of play; the high cost of food has school cafeterias struggling to meet nutrition requirements; school clinic keeps kids healthy and in school; students learn benefits of running and good nutrition.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 37
千亿体育官网 Principal gets staff, students running and walking after school; efforts grow to bring locally-grown produce to school cafeterias; one-quarter of U.S. kids dont meet vaccination schedules; Wisconsin kids learn about healthful eating and exercise.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 36
千亿体育官网 American Heart Association warns kids should have heart exam before ADHD drugs; schools fight stigma of free lunch; performance improves when breakfast served in classroom; ideas for fantastic field days.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 35
Celebrate Fitness and Sports Month in May; rising food prices hurt more healthful-lunch initiatives; health experts express concerns about in-school coffee shops; network links community, classroom, and cafeteria to promote wellness.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 34
千亿体育官网 Investigate cause of elementary students napping in class; state to test students stamina, strength, flexibility, and body composition; bedroom TVs can hurt teens grades and exercise habits; school clinics help keep kids healthy.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 33
Children with healthful diets perform better in school; nurturing sportsmanship in young athletes; fourth graders learn about body systems; schools spend thousands on fast food when students traveling.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 32
千亿体育官网 Vigorous exercise can lead to academic gains; many kids drinking alcohol by sixth grade, study shows; students read about bays and keep track of miles as they run across America."

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 31
Cookbooks for kids have fun, healthful recipes; parents sign contracts agreeing to put their children to bed earlier; serving breakfast to everyone raised students test scores; nutrition lessons that can be woven through the curriculum.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 30
千亿体育官网 Angry moms make film in the hope of improving school lunches; less computer, TV time can help kids slim down; pick from bunches of nutrition lessons; afterschool program helps kids learn to reduce risk factors sfor stroke and coronary artery disease.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 29
千亿体育官网 Girls who participate in physical education do better academically; learning to tap away anger and stress; schools without P.E. could be labeled unhealthy; students raise vegetables and educate the community about healthful food choices.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol.28
千亿体育官网 Students say steroids, supplements worth jeopardizing their health or shortening their lives; crowded P.E. classes concern parents; sources on the Web for safe food handling; promoting free breakfast in schools.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 27
千亿体育官网 Fighting for better indoor air quality in schools; eating better could earn kids cash; schools chief wants tastier, more healthful lunches to boost sales; school program teaches students, parents to cook more healthful meals.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 26
千亿体育官网 Sufficient sleep can prevent children from becoming obese; the debate about eliminating recess; bullying can damage kids mental health; school celebrates nutrition and the role of calcium in developing a healthy body.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 25
千亿体育官网 Kids give thumbs up to more healthful school lunch offerings; parents often underestimate childrens weight problems; retired health workers could join war on childhood obesity; school gardens grow interest in nutrition.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 24
Activities for Dental Health Month; regular exercise helps teens avoid obesity later; more schools offering strength training for students; teacher leads running, reading, and writing program.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 23
千亿体育官网 Encouraging handwashing can cut down on germs, absenteeism; dancing makes P.E. most popular class; schools and stores team up to steer kids away from soda; students learn to cook with fresh foods.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 22
Find a feast of nutrition ideas on the Web; the new approach to P.E. stresses fitness over team sports; one pediatrician notes that parents and must collaborate to help end childhood obesity; state offers wellness incentives to schools.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 21
A national P.E. teacher of the year talks about using music to get students moving; elementary-age children in schools with salad bars tend to eat more fruits and vegetables; more kids-only fitness clubs opening up.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 20
千亿体育官网School initiates stress reduction programs for students; community group promotes kids wellness; obese children risk developing heart disease at a young age; free video game teaches youngsters to fight obesity.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 19
千亿体育官网 Report card ads for fast-food spur protest; some schools rely on high-fat foods to keep food service solvent; schools craft wellness policies; physical education program focuses on overall health.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 18
千亿体育官网 School-wide anti-bullying strategies; less milk, sun, and exercise mean more kids at risk for bone disease; district offers free breakfast and lunch to all students; more healthful offerings dont hurt school-lunch sales.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 17
Sports should teach more than just winning, coach writes; brains of kids with ADHD develop more slowly; some childrens bodies have high levels of chemicals; school offers fitness and wellness program for faculty.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 16
Students run, walk, or jog the distance to all the state capitals; school requires exercise every day; unhealthful lifestyles at home can outweigh gains from school nutrition programs.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 15
千亿体育官网 How playing sports helps girls; lack of sleep hurts teens academically and socially; celebrating the national PTAs Healthy Lifestyles Month; school cuts back on soda in vending machines.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 14
千亿体育官网 Students track fitness gains using computers; New York City kids aiming to run a mile; playing in a marching band could damage hearing; students run or walk quarter-miles in Move Across America.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 13
School lunches are getting more healthful, but students still need more exercise, study says; ten tips to reduce the spread of germs in the classroom; school offers afterschool and early-morning fitness programs.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 12
千亿体育官网 Schools offer nutrition lessons both in and out of school; undoing the hold of fast food; developing a long-term plan so kids can keep weight off; video games moving into physical education classes.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 11
千亿体育官网 Running for fun and fitness; students and teachers log movin miles" and recruit families to exercise; youngsters learn benefits of yoga; studies show that girls are more prone to concussions than boys.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 10
Handwashing campaigns cut down on germs, absenteeism; more schools look at supervised recess to improve kids fitness; tips for making the switch from whole milk to low fat.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 9
A teacher enhances a schools approach to nutrition; a school integrates nutrition and exercise into the day; fewer sodas being sold in schools; Florida district sells most healthful lunches.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 8
Concerns that scaled-back obesity report cards will lose their effectiveness; playgrounds are hosts for wide variety of germs; tying writing to PE; getting reimbursed for serving healthful snacks.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 7
Family fitness nights get parents and kids moving; exercise can help at-risk kids work off some energy; British research shows that some common food additives increase hyperactivity in children.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 6
A filmmakers fast-food warning for kids; tonsillectomies and ADHD; teens cite school as their major cause of stress; and school nutrition programs.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 5
Recess before lunch can mean happier, healthier kids; overweight students tend to miss more school, a study suggests; one schools fitness program aims to shape up students, teachers, and parents.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 4
A filmmaker calls for school lunch reforms, students run for fun and fitness, and an environmental group calls for banning parents cars within a half-mile of schools to curb pollution and force more children to walk to school.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 3
千亿体育官网 Schools encouraged to connect curriculum with nature, one schools commitment to physical fitness, teacher starts daily walking program, fast-food labels entice young children.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 2
Kids letters get new veggies in cafeteria; schools where wellness is a way of life; soy protein tortillas could be coming to a cafeteria near you.

Fit To Be Taught, Vol. 1
千亿体育官网 A framework for raising well-balanced children; running for fun and fitness, more...

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