Become a member of Nourish Interactive and you will have access to all of our fun, interactive educational features!
In order for children to play our interactive games, parents or teachers will need to sign up and create their free membership account. Then parents or teachers can quickly add the child or children as members to their account.
We also have special features just for you when you sign up.
Sign up for full access to our educational nutrition game, nutrition tools and free nutrition print materials.
Our goal is to see every child have a chance at being healthy. We believe that prevention through early nutrition education is the best treatment. Understanding nutrition at a young age will give your children the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy choices throughout their lives.
We offer a special way for healthcare, schools and nonprofit organizations to manage large number of logins for their students and clients.
You can create your FREE account for larger groups of children by registering as an organization. As an organization account, you will be able to segment your children into smaller groups. For example, a school may want to organize their children by classes. Any teacher can log-in (only one login and password is needed for the organization) and then select her “group” and see the progress of her specific class. We also have aggregate reports to view the progress of the entire organization.
Please note, when registering as an organization, you do not need a parent account. This is completely optional. For example, a healthcare organization that is working with a parent and child may want to create a parent account that is associated with a specific child. This will allow the parent to have their own login and access their child’s progress reports.
Click here for a free membership for your classroom or organization.
Nourish Interactive offers free nutrition education tools for teachers, health care educators, and community centers. We make it easy to teach kids about nutrition, healthy eating and exercise.