Health & Wellness

  • Alliance for a Healthier Generation: They also provide resources on how to eat healthy, get active and stay mindful. Check out Healthier Generation's Healthy at Home for ideas.
  • American Red Cross: The American Red Cross has developed free activities on how to keep your children engaged while teaching them about emergency preparedness through age appropriate activities.
  • Boost Your Immunity: Check out this list of ways to boost your immune system naturally. This list was created with resources from the CDC, Mayo Clinic,, and National Institutes of Health.
  • Cal Fresh Healthy Living: Cal Fresh Healthy Living partners with the City of Kerman to provide nutrition education and physical activity opportunities for all ages. Visit the Cal Fresh Healthy Living website for kid-friendly recipes.
  • Commit to Health: The National Park and Recreation Association Commit to Health campaign supports healthy eating and physical activity at local parks and recreation sites. Check out the Foods of the Month curriculum for activities that can be done at home.
  • Daily Recipes, Try Something New: Research new recipes with ingredients you've never heard of! Attempt a complicated dinner, or learn basic quick meals. Search through categories such as "Quarantine Cooking", "Slow Cooker Recipes", "Appetizers and Snacks" or "Cake Recipes."
  • Harmony at Home: The Alliance for a Healthier Generation provides resources on social and emotional learning. The Harmony at Home toolkit (PDF) provides activities and lesson plans that you can complete with your child.