- Project NatureWhy Project Nature? Project Nature, launched in 2018, is an initiative created in collaboration with community partners to empower families and caregivers to explore nature with children. Time spent outdoors increases children’s physical activity, health, school achievement and overall wellbeing. Young children who are allowed and encouraged to explore the natural world—even with brief, regular… Read more: Project Nature
- Covered by Apple Health? Limited Time Offer & Free MembershipsAre your children covered by Molina Health under Apple Health? Limited Time Offer!Complete your child’s well-care visit and earn an increased $50 Gift Card! Your child must… Read more: Covered by Apple Health? Limited Time Offer & Free Memberships
- Harmful Impacts on Children from Climate ChangeA new report from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) spells out the harmful impacts on children from climate change. The effect on children includes physical… Read more: Harmful Impacts on Children from Climate Change
- Guaranteed recess for children in Washington State!Guaranteed recess for children in Washington State now required beginning in the 2024-2025 school year, K-5- one of the strongest in the country. “Having equitable… Read more: Guaranteed recess for children in Washington State!
- Teen Mental HealthThe pandemic years were especially tough on teenage mental health. Teenagers might be curious what it is like to get professional help for mental health… Read more: Teen Mental Health
- Nature EverywhereCreating equitable access to nature everywhere children live, learn and play Interested in increasing equitable access to nature in your community? The Children and Nature… Read more: Nature Everywhere
- Taking Additional Time For Dinner May Help Children Eat More Healthy Food, Study SuggestsThe Washington Post (4/18) reports, “When families took about 10 minutes longer to eat dinner, children ate ‘significantly’ more fruits and vegetables, amounting to an… Read more: Taking Additional Time For Dinner May Help Children Eat More Healthy Food, Study Suggests