Recognizing the positive impact of collaborative innovations on the child care community, Go NAPSACC and Be Active Kids join forces.
Summary of Be Active Kids Work:
Since 1999, Be Active Kids and its partners at Be Active North Carolina and the North Carolina Association of the Education of Young Children (NCAEYC) have provided important resources, professional development, curriculum, and training to grassroots care givers and technical assistance consultants across North Carolina and beyond. Be Active Kids nutrition, food safety, and physical activity initiatives have resulted in meaningful contributions to early childhood systems.
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- Will Be Active Kids curriculums and resources be available for current Be Active Kids users? You can continue to download the Be Active Kids curriculum and supportive resources at www.beactivekids.org.
- Will existing Be Active Kids trainers be able to continue providing Be Active Kids trainings to child care centers and schools? Yes. Be Active Kids trainers can continue using the existing training manual. Please continue to adhere to previous training expectations and submit training registrations and surveys via email or mail.
- Will Be Actie Kids offer train-the-trainers sessions for technical assistance providers? While we explore ways to best integrate components of Be Active Kids into Go NAPSACC we will not hold any train-the-trainer sessions.
- Will Be Active Kids be facilitating active play efforts such as Play PlayDaze, PlayMobile, and PlayPods? We will no longer be assisting in local PlayDaze events, scheduling the use of the PlayMobile, or providing support for PlayPods but users can access useful active play information, resources, and guides at www.beactivekids.org.
- Will the Early Childhood Physical Activity Institute (ECPAI) be held in the future? At this point in time, we are no longer scheduling future ECPAIs.