Just for Kids ... of All Ages

Food Safety & Nutrition Information for Kids and Teens

DHHS. Food and Drug Administration.

Games, education campaigns, and resources for students.

Can You Serve Up a Safe Barbeque?

North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services.

Kids, check out this fun quiz on how to keep the foods at your next barbecue safe.

Alliance for a Healthier Generation: empowerME

American Heart Association; Clinton Foundation.

Entertaining, interactive site with video clips, games and more. Designed to help kids make healthy food choices and keep active.

Media-Smart Youth: Eat, Think, and Be Active!

DHHS. NIH. National Institute of Child Health & Human Development.

An interactive program to help 11 to 13-year olds think critically about how the media can affect food and physical activity choices.

Children on a Computer Kidnetic

International Food Information Council Foundation

Fast-paced interactive fitness and nutrition activities.

Zis Boom Bah plate ZisBoomBah


Free online tool that helps kids learn to "Pick Chow!" by dragging and dropping foods onto their virtual plate with the help of "Add it Up!" meters and five-star nutrition rating scores.

Kids Games and Activities

Dairy Council of California. Healthy Eating Made Easier.

Online learning games for kids about nutrition and healthy eating, including:

  • MyPlate Match Game - Build a food plate by putting foods in the correct MyPlate group.
  • TeenBEAT - Helps teens determine if they are active enough.
  • Power Up Your Breakfast - Build a health breakfast by choosing foods and putting them on a plate.
  • My Very Own Pizza - Build a pizza while learning the history and nutrition of pizza.

Nutrition Explorations Kid's Zone

National Dairy Council.

Fun activities and kid-friendly recipes.

Powerful Bones, Powerful Girls Campaign Logo Best Bones Forever!™

DHHS. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

This site for young girls has games, quizzes, e-postcards, and ideas for meeting calcium needs for bone health.


Center for Science in the Public Interest.

Games, puzzles and video clips about nutrition and how we make food choices. Helps you learn to make the healthiest food choices while having fun.