Plays are your tools for making healthy changes! Pick a Play that suits your school, use it as a guide and be creative — then share your experiences with other schools!
Pick a Play!
Breakfast — Anytime, Anywhere
The morning is the perfect time to fuel up for success and start the day right.View Play
Farm to School
Fresh, local foods can be a great source for healthy eating. That’s why it’s a great idea to organize a “Farm to School” program.View Play
Fuel Up Your Community
Having the knowledge and resources to make healthy eating choices is vital to everyone in your community!View Play
Healthy Foods — Everywhere in School
Get students excited about school meals and snacks! Help the members of your school and community feel the excitement by giving your cafeteria and other places food is served a makeover.View Play
Snack Smarter in School
Eating smart isn’t only important at meal time. You need to snack smart, too!View Play
100 Mile Club®
Walking and running are great forms of exercise and they’re easy — you can fit them in whenever and wherever it works!View Play
Community Playtime — It's Good for Everyone
Your entire community should be up and active! Partner with local community groups and organizations to offer physical activity opportunities outside regular school hours.View Play
In-Class Physical Activity Breaks
Take a break to sharpen students’ minds!View Play
Ready to get moving? Set up a series of fun dance activities — or start a club — at your school.
Ramp Up for Recess
Make your playground an exciting place for recess!View Play
LAST SEASON'S PLAYBOOK
Check out Last Season's Playbook for more ideas.View Last Season's Playbook
$ FUNDS FOR FUEL UP TO PLAY 60
Up to $4,000 per year is available to qualified K-12 schools enrolled in Fuel Up to Play 60 to kickstart healthy changes!
Application due Wednesday, June 15, 2016
To get started, choose one Healthy Eating Play and one Physical Activity Play from the 2016-2017 Playbook.Learn More
Thanks to the many contributors who provided valuable guidance and critical review of the 2015–2016 Playbook.View Contributors