Let's Go! 5-2-1-0

We’re celebrating 10 years of growth and what is now a movement of champions—from parents and principals, CEOs and social workers, to nutritionists and nurses—helping kids make healthier choices.

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Healthy foods at meals, snacks and celebrations make for healthy children.

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Limiting screen time can help children get better sleep, improve their grades, and lower their risk for obesity.

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Daily physical activity is essential to learning; active students are better academic performers with improved attention and attitude.

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Children get too much sugar from juice, soda, sports and energy drinks. Water is the best choice.

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5-2-1-0 Let’s Go!

Let’s Go! is a nationally recognized childhood obesity prevention program implemented throughout Maine and in a few communities in neighboring states. We partner with schools, child care and out-of-school programs, healthcare practices and community organizations to change environments where children and families live, learn work and play. We developed 5-2-1-0 as the foundation for change..

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siblings-watching-tvDr. Rogers, Director of Let’s Go!, pens screen time article for The Point

Tory breaks down the American Academy of Pediatrics’ newly released screen time recommendations in this Bangor Daily News piece.

 

for-sarahLet’s Go! is featured in the 2015 United Way World Wide Annual Report

The work happening here in Maine began with the United Way of Greater Portland and we couldn’t be happier that they are sharing these successes with the world.

 

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Managing Family Screen Time—What, Where, When and How Much?

Keeping up with what “healthy” media use is for your kids could be a full-time job. Technology for everyday use seems to be changing constantly. The news announces beneficial breakthroughs as well as newly discovered risks at a head-spinning rate. And children are more engaged with digital media than ever before, for school, for socializing,… Read more »

 
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Making 5-2-1-0 Easier for Children with Disabilities

Everyone wants their kids to eat well and to live healthy, active lives, including parents and professionals caring for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities.* At Let’s Go!, we’re committed to making sure all children develop lifelong healthy habits. As part of our commitment to creating strategies and tools that are inclusive of all children,… Read more »

 

2015 Let's Go! Annual Report_Cover_PNG2015 Annual Report

2015 was a year defined by partnership, new evidence, and widespread positive change. In our ninth annual report, we dig deep and highlight our evidence-based Strategies for Success, showing you why they are important and how they are changing environments and impacting healthy choices. We hope you’ll take a look inside and join in celebrating our successes in preventing childhood obesity! 

 

5 year cover Our 5-Year Plan, 2017-2021

Let’s Go! is always looking forward and we hope you’ll join the journey ahead. This plan provides an overview of how we’ll grow to meet our communities’ needs in the coming years.