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Helping Kids Be Fit for Life
Colorful 6-page brochure
This fun, colorful 6-page brochure includes the new MyPlate information for children 2-8 years of age, and the brochure also offers numerous tips for families.
Making Meals Matter - Young Child
Feeding children ages 2 through 6 can be a challenge for parents. This booklet offers parents guidance and practical information about feeding their preschoolers. It also promotes positive attitudes toward acceptance of a wide variety of foods. Parents will be able to assess their children’s food intake using a food-grouping system and manage individual feeding challenges. This booklet can be used for one-on-one instruction, group classes or as a parent resource.
Making Meals Matter - Young Child Spanish
Preschoolers on the Path to Healthy Eating
This program features a variety of resources and healthy, kid-friendly recipes suitable for the classroom or home. Students will recognize foods and their categorization based on MyPyramid, identify foods as part of a healthy breakfast and lunch and recognize that foods represent many different cultures and come from a variety of agricultural sources. The program includes: binder including a program overview, student activities, cooking and standards alignment, CD, 25 Healthy Eating for your Preschooler handouts and 25 A Guide for Busy Parents Making Meals Matter for your Young Child.
This kit is available for Preschool Programs ONLY. One program per site. Each Teacher can order re-supply kit. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Preschoolers Path to Healthy Eating Re-supply Kit
Resupply kit includes 25 Healthy Eating for your Preschooler handouts and 25 A Guide for Busy Parents Making Meals Matter for your Young Child to allow teachers to continue to teach the program year after year.
Preschool programs ONLY. NO EXCEPTIONS.
School Breakfast Magnet
Your mother was right! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Research shows that as many as 30% of students come to school without this essential meal that contributes to academic performance, nutrient intake, and attendance. And breakfast may already be as close as your school cafeteria.
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