Want some ideas to help you get moving? Click on the fortunate teller for a fun way to get exercise. Whether you are in your home or your yard, you can do these challenges. Print and fold this fortune teller, or get a square sheet of paper and make your own. Use these ideas or come up with your own!

Just because the weather is getting cooler and there may be many rainy days ahead, that doesn’t mean you can’t stay active! Click on the picture to find activities you can do by yourself or with a family member. There are also lots of good stretches to keep your exercise safe and doing the most for your body. Plus, stretching feels good and helps to relieve stress and anxiety!

Fruits are tasty and good for you! They also come in many different, beautiful colors. Did you know the color of fruits and vegetables mean different things to your health? It’s known as the nutrition rainbow!

Red fruits and vegetables contain lycopene. This boosts heart, brain, eye, and bone health. Some foods high in lycopene are watermelon, tomatoes, and red bell peppers.

Beta-carotene is the important nutrient in orange foods. This helps fight cancer, support your immune system to help keep away sickness, and boost vision. What orange foods can you think of?

We get Vitamin C in citrus fruits like oranges and lemons. Like it’s orange friends, this helps your immune system and keeps your heart healthy. Vitamin C is also found in other colors of food, like kale and broccoli!

Dark green foods contain folate to help build healthy cells. Leafy greens, asparagus, and legumes – the family that includes beans, peas, lentils, soybeans, and even peanuts – are all high in folate. Leafy greens are also high in calcium! Along with cheese and milks these help keep your bones strong.

Blue fruits reduce inflammation, or swelling that can happen because of injury or infection. When we play sports, we want to warm up to avoid injury. Eating blue foods like blueberries and grapes can help!

What are pink fruits and vegetables? Grapes and cranberries are considered pink. Others like peanuts and dark chocolate aren’t pink at all. But they all help heart and brain health.

Brain foods contain fiber. This helps aid in digestion, or the way your body processes the food you eat. Nuts and whole grains are rich in fiber.

Click on pictures of the fruits and vegetables to save and print the coloring pages. No printer? No problem! Use your creativity to draw your own types of fruits and veggies, or make a list of as many as you can of each color of the nutrition rainbow!

Now that you’ve learned about how the colors of fruits and vegetables make you healthy, make a list of all your favorites.

Next, think of a way to include a fruit or vegetable in every meal. Click on the image for ideas. As always, you can print it or use your own paper to write down your answers and draw.

Build a delicious and nutritious bowl from the vegetable ideas. What would you choose? Draw your favorite veggies for this healthy meal!