Part 2 of 3: How to get Kids Involved at Home – Tech Edition!
We’re in this together
Everyone is feeling the ripple effects of school/daycare closures among many other cancellations and postponed events. To say that people are overwhelmed might be an understatement.
Nüton wants to help families get through this using the power of food. Exploring food and cooking is not only a good activity for long days spent at home, but it’s also a great opportunity to teach kids about science and math…and so much more!
To help you lighten things up, we will be sending you a series of our top tips on getting kids involved in the kitchen, while learning and having fun!
Best part? You don’t need anything fancy to get started. Please send this to any parents or caregivers who would find this helpful!
Get Tech-y with it!
Download the Calcium Calculator app
This is a great tool to use with middle years kids (Grade 5-8) who are building healthy bones for life! The Calcium Calculator™ mobile app will help you find out if you meet calcium recommendations. Along the way, you will discover calcium-rich foods and ideas for how to use them. Download the app today and try it with your kids!
About the Calcium Calculator™ app
The Calcium Calculator™ mobile app is based on the original version of Calcium Calculator™, an award-winning, validated, nutrition education resource. The app is a convenient and engaging tool to help you create a personalized plan with tips for action, notifications, and encouragement to help you eat healthier every day.
Positive Social Media to Follow
Since we’re all inevitably tied to our phones and tech (especially now), we thought it would be timely to share our favourite kid-friendly social media accounts! Many of them offer parenting, food and mental health tips.
Play a Kahoot!
Did you know? You can access a TON of free online educational games from the comfort of your own home! This is why we love using Kahoot!
Some of our other favourites?
GoNoodle® gets kids up and moving to fun, engaging content and games. Every dance party, yoga session, mindfulness activity, and game session is an opportunity for kids to wake up their bodies, engage their minds, and be their best.
Active for Life has 200+ activities you can do with your kids to stay active at home. Active for Life is a Canadian not-for-profit social initiative founded by B2ten. We are a national initiative created to help parents give their children the right start in life through the development of physical literacy.