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Group of kids being walked to school

Safe Routes to School

The Greater Rochester Health Foundation designed videos to help teachers, school staff, parents and community members learn more about healthy learning practices, how to incorporate them into the classroom and how to get involved in improving our children’s health and education.

Our Healthy Learning Video Series showcases these practices in action right here in Rochester. Video topics include: Active Kids = Active Minds, Math and Movement, Learning Through Action, Recess, Safe Routes to School and Parent Engagement.v

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Kids on the slide at recess

Recess

The Greater Rochester Health Foundation designed videos to help teachers, school staff, parents and community members learn more about healthy learning practices, how to incorporate them into the classroom and how to get involved in improving our children’s health and education.

Our Healthy Learning Video Series showcases these practices in action right here in Rochester. Video topics include: Active Kids = Active Minds, Math and Movement, Learning Through Action, Recess, Safe Routes to School and Parent Engagement.

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Parent smiling at his child in a computer lab

Parent Engagement

The Greater Rochester Health Foundation designed videos to help teachers, school staff, parents and community members learn more about healthy learning practices, how to incorporate them into the classroom and how to get involved in improving our children’s health and education.

Our Healthy Learning Video Series showcases these practices in action right here in Rochester. Video topics include: Active Kids = Active Minds, Math and Movement, Learning Through Action, Recess, Safe Routes to School and Parent Engagement.

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A photo of the "Math Movement Training Manual for Elementary Schools" by Suzy Koontz with Laura Gates Lupton

Math and Movement

The Greater Rochester Health Foundation designed videos to help teachers, school staff, parents and community members learn more about healthy learning practices, how to incorporate them into the classroom and how to get involved in improving our children’s health and education.

Our Healthy Learning Video Series showcases these practices in action right here in Rochester. Video topics include: Active Kids = Active Minds, Math and Movement, Learning Through Action, Recess, Safe Routes to School and Parent Engagement.

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Kids dancing in the classroom

Learning Through Action

The Greater Rochester Health Foundation designed videos to help teachers, school staff, parents and community members learn more about healthy learning practices, how to incorporate them into the classroom and how to get involved in improving our children’s health and education.

Our Healthy Learning Video Series showcases these practices in action right here in Rochester. Video topics include: Active Kids = Active Minds, Math and Movement, Learning Through Action, Recess, Safe Routes to School and Parent Engagement.

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Photo of kids in a gymnasium

Active Kids, Active Minds

The Greater Rochester Health Foundation designed videos to help teachers, school staff, parents and community members learn more about healthy learning practices, how to incorporate them into the classroom and how to get involved in improving our children’s health and education.

Our Healthy Learning Video Series showcases these practices in action right here in Rochester. Video topics include: Active Kids = Active Minds, Math and Movement, Learning Through Action, Recess, Safe Routes to School and Parent Engagement.

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