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Food for 'ME TOO' Nutrition for the Toddler and Preschooler
Get off to a good start with food habits for your child. This publication teaches you common eating patterns, gives tips for surviving the toddler rollercoaster, and provides a sample menu for children.
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Non-food Alternatives for School Rewards and Fundraising
Some food items used for student rewards and school fundraising activities send a conflicting message compared to what is taught about healthy food choices. Check this list of ideas for non-food rewards for elementary, middle, and high school students. More than 50 non-food fundraising ideas also are given.
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What's for Lunch? It's in the Bag (Unit=25)
Menu ideas for kid-friendly, healthy lunches your child will want to eat and packing tips to keep foods at a safe temperature.
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Conversation Cards/Tarjetas de conversación (Unit=40 cards in box)
One set of forty cards (3.5" x 2") containing conversation starters for families to use at mealtime, in the car, or on other occasions. Both English and Spanish languages appear on the cards.

Ordering 1 unit you will receive 1 set of cards. For larger quantity orders, please see our product listing with units of 40.

Conversation cards can also be used with the Strengthening Families Program: For Parents and Youth 10-14.

Previously known as: EDC 0248 SET
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Conversation Cards/Tarjetas de conversación (Unit=40 sets of 40 cards)
40 sets of forty cards (3.5" x 2") each containing conversation starters for families to use at mealtime, in the car, or on other occasions. Both English and Spanish languages appear on the cards.

Ordering 1 unit you will receive 40 sets of cards. For smaller quantity orders, please see our individual unit product listing.

Conversation cards can also be used with the Strengthening Families Program: For Parents and Youth 10-14.
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Guide to Healthy Kids: What Parents Can Do
Banning the clean plate club is just one suggestion you’ll find in this guide to healthy eating habits for families.
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Snacks for Healthy Kids
Replace high fat, high sugar "junk" foods with yummy snacks that satisfy kids and provide good nutrition for growing bodies. Kids are experts at snacking. Create snack stations and let kids choose from your super snack ideas.
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Say 'YES' to Family Meals
Enjoying a simple meal together strengthens family bonds and creates a routine that helps children feel more secure.
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Overweight Kids: What Communities Can Do
Here's help for communities to build partnerships among schools, families, community groups, and individuals to promote healthy living.
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Healthy Hearts: How to Monitor Fat and Cholesterol
The health habits children learn can reduce their risk for heart disease later in life.
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Steps to a Healthier Family
Make smart choices from every food group and the amounts of grains, veggies, fruits, dairy, and protein you should put on your plate.

Also see how much is needed for kids as well as adults. Find hints to avoid mealtime battles and ways to make your calories work for you, not against you.
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What Schools Can Do to Promote Healthy Eating
School environments help shape 95 percent of American children's health behaviors. To help schools identify and provide appropriate food and beverage options, the Institute of Medicine offers voluntary nutrition standards. Learn more about the standards and how to use them.
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Be Active
A two- page, 8.5" x 11" handout available for download as a pdf file. Page 1 provides ideas for types and amounts of physical activity for adults and children. Page 2 outlines MyPlate recommendations for adult and child food intake.
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Be Active - Spanish
A two- page, 8.5" x 11" handout in Spanish available for download as a pdf file. Page 1 provides ideas for types and amounts of physical activity for adults and children. Page 2 outlines MyPlate recommendations for adult and child food intake.
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Creating the Optimum School Health Environment in Your District: What Decision-Makers Need to Know
This publication addresses the changing school environment; school meal requirements and goals, nutrition education and physical activity.
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MyPlate Lunch Bag Ideas
Find great menu ideas to pack your child's lunch bag with MyPlate healthy foods. You'll find kid-friendly foods for fruits, veggies, protein, grains, and dairy. Also, find preparation and packing tips to keep foods at a safe temperature.
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Food and Fitness Craze!
Youth groups will welcome these ideas for snacks, activities, programs, and community service projects. Also includes discussion starters and Internet resources.
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School Wellness Policy Pointers
Provides resources for developing and maintaining local school wellness policy committees.
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Family Fun in the Kitchen, Fall -- Raising Healthy Kids
Topics include helping children learn to cook, appropriate kitchen tasks for 2- and 3-year-olds, fall fitness ideas, and recipes for Rainbow Veggie Pocket and Cran-Apple Crisp.
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Family Fun in the Kitchen, Summer, year 2 -- Raising Healthy Kids
Topics include food-to-go, measuring skills, Layered Fruit and Cereal recipe, summer fitness ideas and web sites.
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Family Fun in the Kitchen, Spring, year 2 -- Raising Healthy Kids
Topics include planning menus as a family, Fruit Salsa recipe, spring fitness, and a promo for the Spend Smart. Eat Smart. web site.
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Family Fun in the Kitchen, Winter, year 2 -- Raising Healthy Kids
Topics include choosing fresh fruit, knife safety, winter fitness ideas and a recipe for Fruit Salad.
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Family Fun in the Kitchen, Fall, year 2 -- Raising Healthy Kids
Topics include tips for helping children gain cooking experience, fall fitness ideas, and recipe for Apple Smiles.
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Does Your Child Have Food Allergies? You Can Eat Out Safely! Ask Before You Eat
Use these tips to find out how you can eat out safely when your child has food allergies.
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Take A Minute - Save a Life: You Need To Know About Food Allergies Ask Before You Eat
Use this poster to provide general awareness tips about food allergies.
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Family Fun in the Kitchen, Spring -- Raising Healthy Kids
Topics include the three -step method for teaching children, appropriate kitchen tasks for 9- to 12-year-olds, kitchen safety reminders, the importance of outdoor time, and recipes for Asparagus Wrap and Fruit and Yogurt Parfaits.
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Family Fun in the Kitchen, Winter -- Raising Healthy Kids
Topics include kitchen safety, appropriate kitchen tasks for 6- to 8-year-olds, winter fitness ideas, and recipes for Stuffed Potato and Trail Mix.
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Teaching Children About Food Safety - A Guide for Child Care Providers
One of the best ways to teach food safety to children is to practice it—and to be vocal about why it is being practiced.
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