I absolutely love hearing from you!
Have I mentioned that lately?
If I haven't, I want to be sure to say it now.
I love hearing from you!
I've been getting a lot of feedback about the free printable handouts my team and I make for this site. Some are loving my photos, while others prefer simple illustrations and clipart.
Since I'm always looking for ways to make your life easier, I thought I'd reach out with a quick survey to see what kind of art is most useful on handouts for nutrition and health educators.
Here are the results...
The options were black and white for easy printing, illustrations/clipart, graphs, and photos. In the graph above, gray stands for "my favorite," orange stands for "I like it," teal is for "it's okay" and green is for "don't like this."
As you can see, photos and illustrations/clipart are neck-and-neck for favorite art for handouts, while graphs snag the second place "I like it" position. Here's that same data in table form...
Given this data, my team and I are going to continue to mix it up when it comes to art. We'll use a combination of the options above, in roughly the same proportions as indicated by the graph and chart.
As a thank-you for all your wonderful feedback, I want to offer links to some of our all-time most popular free printable handouts from this blog...
- Nutrition Month Handout
- Sweetener Chart
- MyPlate Red and Orange Vegetable Group
- USDA School Snack Guide
- MyPlate Meal Makeover
You can also turn any blog post into a printable PDF for your clients. Simply click on the PDF icon at the top of the post. I've added a screenshot here so you can see where to find it -- the icon you want is circled in red.
Remember, members get more! For lots of new and exclusive printable nutrition and health handouts, join the Food and Health member program today!
And here are some other fantastic handouts, fresh from the Nutrition Education Store...
Stephanie Ronco has been editing for Food and Health Communications since 2011. She graduated from Colorado College magna cum laude with distinction in Comparative Literature. She was elected a member of Phi Beta Kappa in 2008.