When a snack attack strikes, refuel with these nutrition-packed snacks: Food, Nutrition and Health Tips from the American Dietetic Association.

Action for Healthy Kids offers free and low-cost programs and resources to help children in all schools learn healthy eating habits and the need for daily physical activity, and to help them eat healthy foods and be active every day.

Is there an activity you want to know more about? Not sure of how to play or what gear you'll need? Look no further — it's all right here: Activity cards from BAM (Body and Mind) at the CDC.

Online interactive nutrition analysis tool from the Centers for Disease Control. Just drag food items over to your plate and you will get a nutritional analysis of your selections.

A colorful four-page worksheet for learning the names of 16 fruits and vegetables from around the world, published by the CDC.