VideoFor parents and children: Social distancing is necessary to stay healthy from coronavirus, but can be difficult for children to understand.
Knowitall Healthy! was created to provide resources that support the objectives of the Student Health and Fitness Act 2005 implemented in South Carolina schools. The Student Health and Fitness Act 2005 was passed by the General Assembly on May 25, 2005 and was signed by the governor on June 1, 2005 to establish physical education, school health services, and nutritional standards in schools. Three state agencies - the SC Department of Education, the Department of Health and Environmental Control, and South Carolina ETV- collaborated to heighten public awareness of the initiative and to extend its reach to all South Carolinians.
Hand Hygiene Day, established by the World Health Organization, is held on May 5 every year. Check out our Flu PSAs - Illness Prevention Tips & Wash Hands Song in English and Spanish. These videos provide important reminders for everyone, all through the year. Four key illness prevention tips are highlighted in English and with Spanish subtitles, along with the Wash Hands Song with Danielle Howle.
America's Safe Schools Week (October)
VideoFor children: Be a good helper and remember to wash your hands often!
VideoFor children and parents: A doctor helper explains the coronavirus and how children can be good helpers.
VideoDive deeper into a paramedic's career and find out how this Helper assists in emergency situations.
VideoCommunities in Schools (CIS) was developed in 1977 so that underserved youth could get the assistance they needed to stay in school. The mission of CIS is to surround students with a community of...
VideoThe Parents as Teachers (PAT) evidence-based home visiting model is designed to ensure young children are healthy, safe, and ready to learn. The model has demonstrated successful results in increasing...
VideoFarm to Belly is a 28-week fresh-produce program at SHARE Head Start Centers in Greenville, SC. Head Start Centers are federally-funded preschools for low-income children ages 3-5. Farm to Belly is a...
VideoLet's reach up and reach down! Good! Now, side-to-side! Stretch your leg out! Now step forward and step back! Good work! Now, watch carefully and do what I do! That was silly! Good work!
VideoA big stretch - stretch sideways - like this! Good! Now the other side! Good work! Now let's jump rope! Use one foot! Now the other foot! Give yourself a hand! Good work!
VideoLet's do some jumping jacks! Ready? 1-2-3-Go! Good job! Now, let's hop like popcorn! Pop! Pop! Pop! Pop! Pop! Big pop! Good work!