100% Water Player of the Day Certificates (A5 pads)

Free

Te Hiringa Hauora has created this Player of Day certificate so you can acknowledge excellence in junior sports. The certificate also reinforces positive messaging about water being the best drink, and supports your advice on encouraging young people to make healthy choices.

Note: These certificates are produced and distributed as pads of 15 rather than individual certificates. If you require more than 50 pads, please email enquiries@hpa.org.nz

View 100% Water Player of the Day Certificates in PDF.

Easy ways to eat more veges & tasty snacks ideas (pad of 50)

Free

These resources include ideas on how families can add more vegetables to everyday meals, and includes quick and easy snack ideas. The Tasty snacks and easy ways to eat more veges resource is designed to help families make healthier decisions when feeding their whānau.

For more quick and affordable meal ideas, visit the myfamily.kiwi website.

Double-sided A5 flyers available to download here or order a pad below (a pad contains 50 sheets).

Got time to move? Easy ways to be more active

Free

Got 5 minutes? 15? 30 or more? This A3 infographic poster shows easy physical activity ideas to do as a family or by yourself with the time you have available.

View Got time to move? Easy ways to be more active in pdf

Healthy swaps

Free

This poster shows a bright and colourful table of easy food swaps you can make to improve your health.

How Much Sugar Are Adults Drinking?

Free

This infographic poster shows the amount of sugar in drinks commonly consumed by adults.

View How much sugar are adults drinking? in pdf.

These posters are printed as A3 size. If you have a need for this poster to be printed in a different size, please email npa@hpa.org.nz

 

How Much Sugar Are Children Drinking?

Free

This infographic poster shows the amount of sugar in drinks commonly consumed by children.

View How much sugar are children drinking? in pdf.

These posters are printed as A3 size. If you have a need for this poster to be printed in a different size, please email npa@hpa.org.nz

Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - English (Set of 2, DL)

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A set of fridge magnets for homes – one magnet shows what first foods are best and the other shows infant fullness signs.

Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - Hindi (Set of 2, DL)

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A set of fridge magnets for homes – one magnet shows what first foods are best and the other shows infant fullness signs.

Please note: this resource is translated into Hindi.

Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - Korean (Set of 2, DL)

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A set of fridge magnets for homes – one magnet shows what first foods are best and the other shows infant fullness signs.

Please note: this resource is translated into Korean.

Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - Mandarin (Set of 2, DL)

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A set of fridge magnets for homes – one magnet shows what first foods are best and the other shows infant fullness signs.

Please note: this resource is translated into Mandarin.

Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - Punjabi (Set of 2, DL)

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A set of fridge magnets for homes – one magnet shows what first foods are best and the other shows infant fullness signs.

Please note: this resource is translated into Punjabi.

Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - Te Reo (Set of 2, DL)

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A set of fridge magnets for homes – one magnet shows what first foods are best and the other shows infant fullness signs.

Please note: this resource is translated into Te Reo.

Infant Feeding Fridge Magnets - Urdu (Set of 2, DL)

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A set of fridge magnets for homes – one magnet shows what first foods are best and the other shows infant fullness signs.

Please note: this resource is translated into Urdu.

Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - English

Free
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Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A fold-up guide for parents and caregivers - this is designed as handy reference guide to help parents know when their baby is ready to try solid foods and when their baby has had enough to eat.

Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Hindi

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A fold-up guide for parents and caregivers - this is designed as handy reference guide to help parents know when their baby is ready to try solid foods and when their baby has had enough to eat.

Please note: this resource is translated into Hindi

 

Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Korean

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A fold-up guide for parents and caregivers - this is designed as handy reference guide to help parents know when their baby is ready to try solid foods and when their baby has had enough to eat.

Please note: this resource is translated into Korean.

Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Mandarin

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A fold-up guide for parents and caregivers - this is designed as handy reference guide to help parents know when their baby is ready to try solid foods and when their baby has had enough to eat.

Please note: this resource is translated into Mandarin.

Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Punjabi

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A fold-up guide for parents and caregivers - this is designed as handy reference guide to help parents know when their baby is ready to try solid foods and when their baby has had enough to eat.

Please note: this resource is translated into Punjabi.

Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Te Reo

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A fold-up guide for parents and caregivers - this is designed as handy reference guide to help parents know when their baby is ready to try solid foods and when their baby has had enough to eat.

Please note: this resource is translated into Te Reo.

Infant Feeding Guide Z Card - Urdu

Free

Order free infant feeding resources about what, when and how to introduce solid foods at around six months of age. These resources are designed to help parents and caregivers recognise the signs of infant readiness to start solid foods and the signs of infants' feeling full.

There is evidence that preserving infants’ natural ability to self-regulate how much food they need can help children grow up to be a healthy weight in adulthood.

A fold-up guide for parents and caregivers - this is designed as handy reference guide to help parents know when their baby is ready to try solid foods and when their baby has had enough to eat.

Please note: this resource is translated into Urdu.

Let's Play Everyday Poster - Beach

Free

The ‘Let’s play every day’ A3 posters promote the importance of play to parents and whānau of children under five. They provide fun play ideas to support the campaign messaging – it’s not strange, it’s play time.

Let's Play Everyday Poster - Bunnies

Free

The ‘Let’s play every day’ A3 posters promote the importance of play to parents and whānau of children under five. They provide fun play ideas to support the campaign messaging – it’s not strange, it’s play time.

Let's Play Everyday Poster - Fort

Free

The ‘Let’s play every day’ A3 posters promote the importance of play to parents and whānau of children under five. They provide fun play ideas to support the campaign messaging – it’s not strange, it’s play time.

Pēhea te nui o te huka ka inumia e ngā pakeke?

Free

This infographic poster shows the amount of sugar in drinks commonly consumed by adults in Te Reo.

View Pēhea te nui o te huka ka inumia e ngā pakeke? in pdf.

These posters are printed as A3 size. If you have a need for this poster to be printed in a different size, please email npa@hpa.org.nz

Pēhea te nui o te huka ka inumia e ngā tamariki?

Free

This infographic poster shows the amount of sugar in drinks commonly consumed by children in Te Reo.

View Pēhea te nui o te huka ka inumia e ngā tamariki? in pdf.

These posters are printed as A3 size. If you have a need for this poster to be printed in a different size, please email npa@hpa.org.nz

Play Week Aotearoa Poster - Age group 5-11 - Dance

Free

These posters will be available to order from 1 December. Please use our "Email when available" button to be emailed when stock is available.

Play Week Aotearoa will run from 7-13 December 2020, celebrating all things play. Use these A3 posters to promote the importance of play to parents and whānau of children aged 5-11. 

Posters will also be available for download from our Play Week Aotearoa page from 1 December.

Play Week Aotearoa Poster - Age group 5-11 - Hulahoop

Free

These posters will be available to order from 1 December. Please use our "Email when available" button to be emailed when stock is available.

Play Week Aotearoa will run from 7-13 December 2020, celebrating all things play. Use these A3 posters to promote the importance of play to parents and whānau of children aged 5-11. 

Posters will also be available for download from our Play Week Aotearoa page from 1 December.

Play Week Aotearoa Poster - Age group 5-11 - Wind play

Free

These posters will be available to order from 1 December. Please use our "Email when available" button to be emailed when stock is available.

Play Week Aotearoa will run from 7-13 December 2020, celebrating all things play. Use these A3 posters to promote the importance of play to parents and whānau of children aged 5-11. 

Posters will also be available for download from our Play Week Aotearoa page from 1 December.

Play Week Aotearoa Poster - Age group Under 5s - Beach play

Free

These posters will be available to order from 1 December. Please use our "Email when available" button to be emailed when stock is available.

Play Week Aotearoa will run from 7-13 December 2020, celebrating all things play. Use these A3 posters to promote the importance of play to parents and whānau of children under five. 

Posters will also be available for download from our Play Week Aotearoa page from 1 December.

Play Week Aotearoa Poster - Age group Under 5s - Bunny

Free

These posters will be available to order from 1 December. Please use our "Email when available" button to be emailed when stock is available.

Play Week Aotearoa will run from 7-13 December 2020, celebrating all things play. Use these A3 posters to promote the importance of play to parents and whānau of children under five. 

Posters will also be available for download from our Play Week Aotearoa page from 1 December.

Play Week Aotearoa Poster - Age group Under 5s - Fort play

Free

These posters will be available to order from 1 December. Please use our "Email when available" button to be emailed when stock is available.

Play Week Aotearoa will run from 7-13 December 2020, celebrating all things play. Use these A3 posters to promote the importance of play to parents and whānau of children under five. 

Posters will also be available for download from our Play Week Aotearoa page from 1 December.

Play Your Best Card - take home pamphlet (bundle of 30)

Free

These pamphlets help are given to young people to encourage them to reflect on their conversations after playing Play Your Best Card, a team-based game that encourages teens to have conversations on a range of topics relevant to young people.

Find out about Play Your Best Card.

Play Your Best Card – game

Free

This is only available for schools and kura. 

Play Your Best Card is a team-based game that encourages teens to have conversations on a range of topics relevant to young people. It also encourages them to discuss challenges and what to do in a range of different situations.

The game is key to raising awareness of youth organisations that you can contact when you need help. It aims to inspire teens’ critical thinking and encourage them to have conversations about issues that they are going on for them right now, or that they might encounter in the future.

For more details, visit www.hpa.org.nz/education/play-your-best-card.

Te Reo Let's Play Everyday Poster - Beach

Free

The ‘Let’s play every day’ A3 posters promote the importance of play to parents and whānau of children under five. They provide fun play ideas to support the campaign messaging – it’s not strange, it’s play time.

Te Reo Let's Play Everyday Poster - Bunnies

Free

The ‘Let’s play every day’ A3 posters promote the importance of play to parents and whānau of children under five. They provide fun play ideas to support the campaign messaging – it’s not strange, it’s play time.

Te Reo Let's Play Everyday Poster - Fort

Free

The ‘Let’s play every day’ A3 posters promote the importance of play to parents and whānau of children under five. They provide fun play ideas to support the campaign messaging – it’s not strange, it’s play time.

Water is the best choice

Free

Water is the best choice - any time, any place, any activity. This A3 poster shows we don’t need sports or energy drinks to fuel a busy day. Display these posters at sports clubs, schools, workplaces and anywhere to promote water as the best choice.

These posters are printed as A3 size. If you have a need for this poster to be printed in a different size, please email npa@hpa.org.nz