2019 Award Winners: It Takes Two- a partnership between WSLHD Munch & Move and Blacktown Council
Congratulations to Blacktown Council and WSLHD Munch & Move team for their success with the "It Takes Two" project, which successfully created healthy early childhood environments for children, families and staff. Click on the image below to watch the video and find out more!
Healthy Eating Learning Experiences Western Sydney Case Study
Move Case Studies
Physical Activity at your Service Western Sydney Case Study
Monitor Case Studies
To help get you started with implementing the Monitor message at your service, check out these great examples of how other Munch & Move services have implemented a Monitor learning experience with their children.
Sun Valley Preschool
Educators and children had lots of discussion about screen time at their service. The children then drew their favourite activity to do at home that didn’t involve a screen. This was a great way to provide ideas to families on how to have less screen time.
North Rocks Preschool
Brainstorm with Educators and children on activities that don’t need a screen!
Screen Free Week Challenge
Kindercare Learning Centre
Educators at Kindercare Learning Centre had fun with the children creating these displays- including a game of tennis between some fruit and vegetable carrots!
Kidz on Regent Childcare Centre
Kidz on Regent Childcare Centre created an outdoor puppet theatre and a screen free bingo board. This board involved families selecting an activity that did not involve screens and taking a photo of them doing that activity with their child and add it to the bingo board.
Are you interested to share how your service implements Munch & Move? We would love to hear from you.