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Acknowledgments, Next Steps was created through a partnership among the National Initiative for Children s Healthcare Quality The Barbara Bush Children s Hospital at Maine Medical Center. and the Maine Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics with lead authors Jonathan T Fanburg MD MPH FAAP Victoria W Rogers MD FAAP and Michael A Dedekian. This workbook was supported by cooperative agreement RFA DP 11 007 the Childhood Obesity Research Demonstration from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This activity book was created through the Texas Childhood Obesity Research Demonstration CORD project funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to the. following Investigators, Deanna Hoelscher PhD RD The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston UTHealth School of Public Health Michael Susan Dell Center for Healthy Living. Nancy Butte PhD RD Baylor College of Medicine Children s Nutrition Research Center. Sarah Barlow MD MPH FAAP Texas Children s Pediatrics Baylor College of Medicine. Stephen Pont MD MPH FAAP Dell Children s Medical Center of Central Texas Member Seton Family of Hospitals Texas Center for the Prevention and Treatment of. Childhood Obesity University of Texas Dell Medical School. Steven H Kelder PhD MPH The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston UTHealth School of Public Health Michael Susan Dell Center for Healthy Living. Special thanks to children and families of Houston and Austin who participated in the CORD Project and to Alejandra Gonzalez Joey L Walker Steven Kelder Leslie Gallegos. and Adriana Elizondo, Brand names are furnished for identification purposes only No endorsement of the manufacturers or products mentioned is implied. Pages 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 43 2014 American Academy of Pediatrics and National Initiative for Children s Healthcare Quality. Pages 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 42 44 51 2016 University of Texas Health Science Center and Baylor College of Medicine. What is the Next Steps Activity Book,How can our family use this workbook. At the Doctor s Office At Home, Tell the doctor about your child s health Work on the themes you reviewed with.
Does diabetes run in your family Is your your child s doctor Set goals and keep. child gaining too much weight track of barriers and successes. With your child s doctor choose 1 or 2 When ready pick 2 more themes in the. themes that are challenges for your family booklet and set goals with your child. The doctor will explain the key points and Bring the Next Steps activity. help you set some realistic goals book to your next doctor visit. Do all the themes at your own pace and,schedule a follow up visit with the doctor. to see how the changes are going, Tips for parents Ask your child s doctor about community resources to help you reach your family goals We know it s. hard to change habits and foods that you are used to Start small and try each activity one at a time slow and steady. wins the race Ask the rest of the family to help Diabetes and obesity are serious health conditions and small changes. over time can lead to big results, If you get stuck on your family journey ask your doctor for help or visit the American Academy of Pediatrics. www HealthyChildren org or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention www cdc gov parents children. 1 NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK. With Next Steps you and your child s doctor can,Select themes that are right for your family. Find resources and support in your community like recreation programs nutrition classes. counseling services or specialty health clinics, Check on progress Some families will just need one or two visits others will meet every month.
Tell your doctor how often you d like to have a clinic visit. As you get started fill in these statements,The first themes I want to talk about are. Other resources I plan to use, Examples recreation center sports team dance class. 2 NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK. Instructions Check off each box when you have,reviewed each theme. Theme Page Theme Page,Understanding Health 4 Screen Time and Sleep 26. nderstanding Meaning of Meal Patterns and Snacks 28. Healthy Foods 6,Eating Out of the Home 30,Home Environment 8.
Holidays Special Occasions 32,Behaviors and Emotions Around Eating 10. Healthy Families 34,Portion Sizes 12,Community Partners 36. Healthy Drinks 14,Bullying and Teasing 38,Parenting 16. Unintentional Disruptions 40,Physical Activity 18,Choosing a Goal 43. Feeling Good About Yourself 22,Appendix 50,Label Reading 24.
3 NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK. Theme Understanding Health,Our goal get healthier, To start keep up the healthy parts of your life and avoid new unhealthy habits. Focus on your health not your weight, Body mass index BMI tells you if your weight is healthy for your age and height. You are born with genes that partially determine your health and weight. 4 NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK. Theme Understanding Health continued, Think about healthy food and drinks you like Circle all of the healthy things you do for your body like drink. water play outside or go to sleep early Then make a list of other things you will try to do to keep your body. Circle the healthy things for your body Put an X on the less healthy things. hours only, Write down NEW healthy things that YOU will do this week. Examples I will drink water instead of soda this week I will play outside. Tips for parents Praise your child when you catch them doing their new healthy behavior I m proud of you You made a very healthy choice by drink. ing water instead of soda You tried a new veggie today Good job I like it when you play outside instead of playing video games. Resource https sph uth edu research centers dell resources Health Fits Into Every Day infographic pdf. 5 NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK. Theme Understanding Meaning of Healthy Foods,To stay healthy we all need to eat foods.
from different food groups,Think about eating more of these. Foods that you can find in nature or on,Fruits and vegetables. Whole grains,And less of these,Processed foods,Sugary drinks. Candy and sweets,Deep fried foods, 6 NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK. Theme Understanding Meaning of Healthy Foods continued. Food is fuel for our bodies Think of a car it needs gas. to run In the same way our bodies need fuel to run To. feel our best we should use good fuel for our bodies. Here are pictures of several kinds of foods Put an X on. foods that you should eat LESS Circle the foods that you. should eat MORE, Make a healthy meal For each food you circled draw a.
line and match it to MyPlate, Tips for parents Choose foods that are closest to their natural state For example choose an apple instead of apple juice Eat less processed foods like. hot dogs or chips At the grocery store shop around the outer aisles you will find healthier unprocessed foods like fresh fruits and vegetables milk. and low fat meats Don t forget the freezer section for healthy frozen fruits and vegetables Visit MyPlate Kids Place for games activity sheets videos. and songs about healthy eating and physical activity www choosemyplate gov kids. For a way to classify healthy foods see the We Can GO SLOW and WHOA flashcards www nhlbi nih gov health educational wecan downloads. gswflashcards pdf www nhlbi nih gov health educational wecan downloads gswtips pdf. Answer key X on candy chips chicken nuggets cake and soda Circle green beans brown rice chicken milk and fruit. Resource https sph uth edu research centers dell resources GO SLOW WHOA 20magnet bilingual pdf. 7 NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK. Theme Home Environment,A healthy home environment improves success. Be proactive get the junk out of the house,put healthier foods in clear sight. Find ways for the family to be a team to work,together toward success. Plan ahead to avoid impulse eating,Get the whole family involved take turns.
Choosing and making healthy meals,Choosing the topic for table conversation. Turn off the TV, 8 NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK. Theme Home Environment continued,The Healthy Hide and Seek Game. Take 10 minutes and see how many of the following items you can find where you live. Mark the items you find as foods I should eat Every Day E or foods I should eat Rarely R. Every Day E Every Day E,How Many Can or or,You Find Rarely R How Many Rarely R. eg Soda full sugar eg 3 bottles eg R,Soda full sugar Water bottles.
Fruit juice 100 Any kind of fruit,Fruit juice Any kind of vegetable. 25 Sugary cereal,Sports drinks with sugar 8 grams serving. What foods or drinks can you change in your home to keep your family healthy Draw or write 3 of them. Tips for parents Role modeling matters You don t have to be perfect but try to eat healthy or be active in front of your kids They will pick up on the. things they see you do and get the message that good nutrition and physical activity are important. 9 NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK. Theme Behaviors and Emotions Around Eating, How do you know when you are hungry Think about what you are eating. Do you ever eat when you aren t hungry Take time to enjoy. Lots of people eat when they are,Texture touch,Watching TV. Feeling sad angry stressed or lonely,Do these things instead.
Go for a walk,Ride your bike,Do a craft,Play with a friend. 10 NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK. Theme Behaviors and Emotions Around Eating continued. How do you know when you re hungry, Body hunger is physical hunger CIRCLE HOW YOU FEEL WHEN YOU RE HUNGRY. when your body runs out of fuel, and needs food Your stomach grumbles or feels empty You feel tired or grumpy You can t focus or concentrate. Other times we might feel BE ON THE LOOKOUT LOOK FOR OTHER REASONS YOU MIGHT EAT. the need or desire to eat, when we re not hungry Media seeing food Sensory cues seeing Emotions sadness loneliness Social cues celebrations. on TV or in a movie or smelling food stress boredom everyone else is eating. Feed your other reasons with something besides food. The first step to mindful eating is knowing how we feel and how feelings relate to our eating. What are some activities I can do instead of eating. 1 THE IDEA ZONE,Jump rope Turn off the TV Dance to music.
Call a friend Write in a journal Play with a pet,Read a book Go for a walk Draw a picture. 4 Do stretches Play a game Practice a sport, Tips for parents Remember regular meals and snacks will help kids not be hungry between meals If your child asks for s omething to eat at other. times they may be bored or have seen food on TV Try to remind them of the next planned meal or snack and encourage them to do one of the activities. listed in the IDEA ZONE instead, 11 NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK. Theme Portion Sizes,How to balance your plate,Eat lots of different foods Nonfat skim or. A 9 to 10 plate size of salad low fat 1 white,plate holds the right amount milk and cheese.
Whole grains and some,protein will fill you up,Fruits and vegetables also Whole grains. fill you up without adding 4 of your plate,extra calories Whole wheat brown. rice oatmeal barley,Fruits and vegetables,2 of your plate. 4 of your plate,Lean meat and poultry,seafood beans eggs nuts. 12 NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK Getting Active Healthy Eating Feeling Great NEXT STEPS ACTIVITY BOOK. Theme Portion Sizes continued,Draw the food you ate last night on the plate.
What was your fruit What was your grain bread, Was it of your plate Was it a whole grain and only of. your plate,What was your vegetable,Was it of your plate What was your protein meat. Was it lean and only of your plate,What was your dairy Was it beans. Activity Book for Caregivers and Children Aged 5 to 12 Years Acknowledgments Next Steps was created through a partnership among the National Initiative for Children s Healthcare Quality The Barbara Bush Children s Hospital at Maine Medical Center and the Maine Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics with lead authors Jonathan T Fanburg MD MPH FAAP Victoria W Rogers MD

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