We are teaming up with the American Medical Association to recruit support and volunteers. We have already contacted multiple elementary schools about visiting their after-school programs to present our activities. The majority of the schools have already replied and expressed great interest in having us. We plan to set up a few "stations" through which the kids can rotate to learn about the food pyramid. One station will have a game with six hoops held by volunteers, each representing a different section of the food pyramid. The students, divided into two teams, will toss fake stuffed "foods" into the category of hoop they belong in. Another station will have a coloring activity that asks the students to draw a dinner they could have that night to finish their "food pyramid" for the day based on what they had eaten earlier in the day. A third station will have a healthy snack. Since physical activity is now considered part of the food pyramid, we will end the activities with a relay race to get everyone's heart rate up!