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BodyWorks toolkit

The BodyWorks toolkit is available to download in English as a PDF. Some pieces of the BodyWorks toolkit are also available to download in Spanish. Due to budget constraints, there are no plans to provide printed copies of the BodyWorks toolkit in English. Printed copies of the older version of the Spanish BodyWorks toolkit are only available for a limited time.

BodyWorks toolkit (English)

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BodyWorks toolkit (Spanish)

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BodyWorks curriculum

  • Request a copy of the BodyWorks curriculum if you are a trained program leader: bodyworks@hhs.gov.

Ideas for reducing your printing costs

Due to budget limits, BodyWorks toolkits are no longer provided in hard copy. Here are some suggestions for reducing printing costs:

  • Always print double-sided.
  • Ask your local printing shop to give you a discount on bulk orders. In turn, offer to hand out business cards or flyers to program participants identifying the business’ contribution to the program.
  • Ask local businesses to print components of the toolkit for you. In turn, offer to hand out business cards or flyers to program participants identifying the business’ contribution to the program.
  • Ask businesses to donate money to use toward printing costs. In turn, offer to hand out business cards or flyers to program participants identifying the business’ contribution to the program
  • Consider asking training participants to print their own toolkit components (some or all) to reduce overall printing costs.
  • Consider asking families to download and/or review online specific components or sections of the toolkit by week, instead of printing all components for each family. Program leaders can bring in one to two printed copies for people to look at during each session.
  • If a program leader has access to a projector and screen during each session, he/she can download toolkit components to his/her computer and share them electronically during the session. Ask families to review specific components sections ahead of time so they are already familiar with the content.

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Content last updated May 28, 2013.

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