EASY Online Challenge

How to play:

  • Welcome to the EASY Online Challenge!
  • There are four different challenges awaiting you per EASY healthy habit; from a quiz to a try something new challenge, to a fun game and a try at home challenge.
  • To start, click on a tile to reveal the challenge.
  • You can play in any order you like. To stay with one habit, play top to bottom.
  • After selecting your answer, hit the orange “check your answer button” to find out if you were right. Your answer was not quite, right? Don’t worry and try again!
  • If your answer is correct, hit the orange button and the tile will become inactive for the rest of your play. That way you know you have played it already.
  • For more fun: Challenge your family or friends to play with you.
  • After you’ve finished, make sure to add a streak into your healthy habit tracker for the day!
  • Hit the “Play Again” button at the bottom of the page to refresh the game and start again!

E - Eat Fruits and Vegetables

A - Active for 1 Hour or More

S - Screens for 2 Hours or Less

Y - Yes to water, No to Sugary Drinks

Challenge #1:
Answer a Quiz

  • Challenge #2:
    Try something new

  • Challenge #3:
    Let’s play a game

  • Challenge #4:
    The Home challenge

  • E - Eat Fruits and Vegetables

    A - Active for 1 Hour or More

    S - Screens for 2 Hours or Less

    Y - Yes to water, No to Sugary Drinks

    Protecting your heart and brain health is as EASY as picking a favourite healthy habit to focus on as a family!

    Eat fruits and vegetables - Canada’s Food Guide recommends filling half your plate with vegetables and fruit.

    Active for one hour or more - Children and teens should do 60 minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity physical activity daily. They should engage in vigorous-intensity activities at least three days a week.

    Screens for less than two hours - Fundraising online is fun, but most of your child’s free time should be spent away from televisions and technology, being active to keep their heart and brain healthy.

    Yes to water, no to sugary drinks - The impact of sugary drinks on the health of Canadian children is troubling: childhood obesity levels in Canada have tripled since 1979. A 250mL serving of 100% orange juice has 5.5 teaspoons of added sugar.

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