Just to make sure the message sank in Parker Kink had the kids repeat them, starting with: 'Five a day servings of fruits and vegetables'.
"Five a day."Î¾ "Five a day."
"More water."Î¾ "More water."
"Healthy snacks."Î¾ "Healthy snacks."
"Active play."Î¾ "Active play."
"Three a day dairy."Î¾ "Three a day dairy."
"Healthy breakfast."Î¾ "Healthy breakfast."
"Smart portion sizes."Î¾ "Smart portion sizes."
Great, we knew this was a smart group."
Each of the kids got a hand out with a list of the healthy choices at the end of the musical.
Parker Kirk says the idea is to get kids thinking about a healthy lifestyle early on even though the decisions of their parents play a role in healthy decisions now.
"But as they get older they start making these decisions on their own and if it isn't set in their mind early on that a healthy life style is extremely important, then they are not going to live it as they grow."
Before the kids arrived the Oliver Foundation presented a check for sixty-five hundred dollars to the University of Houston Children's Theater Festival.