Murrumbidgee Local Health District’s Health Promotion team work with Early Childhood Education and Care Services to deliver the innovative, fun, games based program, Munch & Move.
Munch & Move is based on six key messages:
- Encourage and support breastfeeding
- Choose water as a drink
- Choose healthier snacks
- Eat more fruit and vegetables
- Get active each day
- Turn off the TV and get active
Support for Munch & Move
If your service would like to receive support complete the relevant pre-support survey below. This will help us in tailoring our support to your service. The survey asks about:
- what Munch & Move activities your service would like to work on
- what type of support or resources you might need from us
- what Munch & Move practices are currently in place in your service.
One of our staff will be in contact with you after you submit the survey.
Mailing list and resources
You may like to sign up to our Munch & Move mail to gain access to the latest information about new resources, funding and programs that can help your service.
There are lots of fantastic resources and training opportunities for educators, cooks and families. Explore our training and resources below.
For further information about Munch & Move visit the website or contact us.
Project evaluation snapshots
We have summarised a range of projects that have supported aspects of Munch and Move through these evaluation snapshots. Read these to get an understanding of the projects and if you have any questions get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Munch & Move
There are a range of beautiful Munch & Move resources available to assist educators working in Early Childhood Education and Care Services and Family Day Care to implement the Munch & Move key messages. Some of these resources are also suited to playgroup facilitators and parents/carers to support healthy eating and active play.
Caring for Children
The updated edition of Caring for Children 0-5 years provides practical information for cooks, directors and educators to meet the food and nutrition needs of children aged from birth to five years, whilst in care.
Resources for Families
Beginning school is an important time in a child's life. We have developed several resources to share the message about healthy eating for children, to help them concentrate better in class and get the most out of life.
Contact us about our Kindy Orientation presentation and resources that we can offer your service. You can download the resources below: