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Power Rangers and the emPower Movement

The universally recognized Power Rangers brand delivers humorous action adventure entertainment that kids love and positive messaging that parents value. Just as the Power Rangers work together to solve a different challenge in every episode, the Power Rangers emPOWER Movement provides parents and kids the tools they need to work together to grow healthy kids and support healthy communities.

Just as the Power Rangers work together to solve a different challenge in every episode, the Power Rangers emPOWER Movement will provide parents and kids the tools they need to work together to grow healthy kids and support healthy communities.

emPOWER inspires participation in schools, online and in local communities to demonstrate the Power Rangers values in action:

• Standing for What’s Right: Power Rangers are a powerful force committed to good deeds and defeating evil.

• Teamwork and Cooperation: Power Rangers always work as a team. By working together and looking out for one another, they overcome challenges, succeed in their missions, and solve important problems.

• Confidence: Every Power Ranger succeeds because they believe in themselves and their friends! Confidence gives them the personal strength to face every new difficulty.

• Health and Physical Fitness: The physical action in the Power Rangers inspires kids to get up and move around. Imitating Power Ranger poses and moves promotes early patterns of exercise.

• Caring and Friendship: They may be a team of fighting superheroes out to promote fairness and save the world, but the Power Rangers also are a close‐knit group of teenage pals. Even though they’re all different, they accept each other’s individuality, and are always around to help a Power Ranger in need.

emPOWER will launch with a focus on health and physical fitness in February, 2011. The emPOWER Movement is positive and fun, emphasizing kids' strengths and potential, and providing kids and parents with accessible resources.

During January and February 2011, Gym Class Kits including Fitness guides and bulletin board messaging are being delivered to more than 4500 participating U.S. elementary schools. The guides include group activities focused on Power Rangers values and physical fitness, designed for Kindergarten – 3rd grade students.

Each participating school is entered for a chance to win: a visit from the Samurai Power Rangers and a $10,000 donation to their physical education program.

If your child and/or child's school is participating, make sure to let them know all about it by visiting the Power Rangers fan page on Facebook.

DISCLOSURE: This post was part of the Power Rangers Sponsored Campaign.

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  1. Angie Appoo

    I used to watch Power Rangers as a child, and it’s so cool that now my daugther gets to watch it – updated. My school is not participating, as far as I know, but I did go and like their FB page, and nominated my daughter to be Ranger of the week, tks for all the info.

  2. Victoria

    Interesting! I love the Power Rangers (first gen will always be my favorite – that and Power Rangers in Space!)

  3. Eileen

    My son watched this as a lil guy but my youngest (girl) never got Into this. I had no idea they were even still ‘going”! I have a grandson who is going to be four and know he would love these shows. they dont get cable so I think a dvd would be goo for him. I had not idea there was such a concentrations on fitness and MOVEMENT with this show now. What a great idea when the kids need some motivation toward finding some physical fun too. I feel SO old, I honestly dont remember much about the show…was too busy working and raising a bunch of kids then.

  4. ellen

    One of our local schools is participating- and they do things similiar to this alot and it shows. The paricular school is somewhat experimental in that it is a year round school and also separated by gender (it is K-6)
    The school isnt private , but it is very difficult for the kids to get into as it is full so quickly- the kids I have met attending have a whole different attitude and I wish alot more of the schools would take heed & adopt some of their policies!

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