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Connecting a farmer to the child care centers has been an amazing experience for the children, parents and center staff. The children so enjoy visiting the farmer's market to pick up their weekly food order, but the real excitement comes when they get to unpack the produce box and discover what's inside. Adding Farm to ECE has opened up a whole new world of science and nature exploration for the children and I am thrilled to be able to assist the directors, teachers and chefs as they expand their classroom nutrition education to include Farm to ECE.
In setting our goals, I was delighted to include a goal that incorporated physical activity with parent involvement. As a Head Start Center, we strive to include our families in each and every aspect of the program; Helping our families include physical fitness into their daily lives was a goal of ours.
We hosted a "Panther Pride Football Camp" for our students and families. We transformed our Parent Center into an obstacle course and set up football drills. We even danced to the "Cha-Cha Slide" in an effort to hopefully cheer the Panthers onto victory.
We can't wait to do it again next year! We have a program that I would say was not as big on the physical activity aspect, especially if it was a cloudy or rainy day.