By Mary Olivar, September 11, 2011
Healthy eating guru Mary shares her kid’s favorite ways to fuel up on nutritious breakfasts before zooming off to school and beyond.
By Alana Sugar, September 5, 2011
Make lunches easy to eat with these ideas for no-fork, no-spoon, no-cooking–required finger foods — perfect for kids and adults alike.
By Rebecca Joerres, September 3, 2011
Help us fund school gardens. Every seed planted sprouts a new opportunity for kids to cultivate healthy eating habits. Donate now!
By Whole Kids Foundation, August 27, 2011
Want to make an impact on what your kids are eating in their school lunchroom? Get inspiration from a school district in Texas!
By Whole Kids Foundation, August 24, 2011
Looking for a kid-friendly DIY gardening project? Turn your recyclables into a windowsill container garden in just a few steps!
By Rebecca Joerres, August 23, 2011
Comment on this blog post about your favorite healthy snack for a chance to win a $100 gift card from us plus a set of snack-packing essentials and a $25 gift card from The Container Store.
By Paige Brady, August 20, 2011
Mushrooms grow in recycled coffee grounds in just 10 days! Learn how you can help Back to the Roots donate mushroom growing kits and sustainability curriculum to an elementary classroom of your choice.
By Jennifer Cheng, August 19, 2011
Nutritionally balanced kids can make for nutritionally balanced adults. Learn how to build a healthy foundation with your kids and teens.
By Jennifer Cheng, August 18, 2011
Healthy eating starts at home! Kick off the new school year with these ideas for setting the stage for nutritional and educational success.
By Rebecca Joerres, August 16, 2011
Could your school use a $2K to help plant or expand a school garden? Apply for a Whole Kids Foundation Garden Grant today!