Child food allergies are no joke. And if you thought you noticed an uptick in the number of children dealing with allergies, you’re not wrong. In fact, the rate has increased by 50% since the 1990s. That means there are 50% more parents trying to understand how their child’s allergies will affect their everyday lives. A big part of that is making sure they are safe at school.
If you have a picky eater, you’re in the majority. In fact, most of the research and commentary available today doesn’t bother to label kids as “picky” or “not picky” — it just assumes children will be persnickety about food between the ages of 2 and 5.
Making baby food can either be a fun activity to do while at home or an effort to be sure your baby is getting all of the nutrition they need. Whatever the case, you might be curious: what are the easiest-to-make and most nutritious recipes for babies? Here are ten recipes that will become your little one’s favorite.
What kid doesn’t love fruit? Here’s a simple summer snack you can make with your children for an afternoon at the lake or pool! Ingredients: One Watermelon (Sliced) Pint of Blueberries Supplies: Star cookie cutter Wooden skewers Instructions: Thread 7-10 blueberries onto the skewers Top skewer with watermelon star Serve and enjoy!
When we were kids, we would always hear our parents tell us to “Eat your breakfast! It’s the most important meal of the day!” But how often did that oh-so-important breakfast wind up being a bowl of sugar-laden cereal or a pop-tart? Finding the time to feed your preschooler a balanced healthy breakfast can be […]
As a national preschool organization we know how picky children can be about what they eat – we get it! That’s why we put a lot of thought and planning in to making sure our meals and snacks not only taste good, but also provide lots of nutrients needed for children to grow and maintain […]