Follow these simple steps to success.

Receive a participation certificate and resource updates.

See how you're doing on the five goals and build an action plan to reach them.

For more information on how to become a Let's Move! Child Care program, watch this video.

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Retake the Quiz to record your progress and update your plan.

Check out the new Go Smart app. It's a “coach in your pocket” with fun physical activities for children up to age five.

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Let's Move! Child Care is for you, too. Use our tools and talk with your child care providers, so together you can give your kids the very best start.

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One in five children is overweight or obese by age 6. You can help.

As child care and early education providers, you are a powerful force in children's lives and can help them learn habits that prevent childhood obesity and can keep them healthy for life. Focus on five goals to get your kids off to a healthy start.

Let's Move! Child Care Goals

1. Physical Activity: Provide 1-2 hours of physical activity throughout the day, including outside play when possible.

2. Screen Time: No screen time for children under 2 years. For children age 2 and older, strive to limit screen time to no more than 30 minutes per week during child care, and work with parents and caregivers to ensure children have no more than 1-2 hours of quality screen time per day (as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics).

3. Food: Serve fruits or vegetables at every meal, eat meals family-style whenever possible, and don't serve fried foods.

4. Beverages: Provide access to water during meals and throughout the day, and don't serve sugary drinks. For children age 2 and older, serve low-fat (1%) or non-fat milk, and no more than one 4- to 6-ounce serving of 100% juice per day.

5. Infant Feeding: For mothers who want to continue breastfeeding, provide their milk to their infants and welcome them to breastfeed during the child care day. Support all new parents' decisions about infant feeding.

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