Meet Nutritional Guidelines
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Connecting Science and Practice
in Early Childhood Settings
Susan Nitzke, PhD, RD; Dave
Riley, PhD; Ann Ramminger, MS; &
Georgine Jacobs, MS
Meet young children’s nutritional
and developmental needs, establish
healthy patterns with food, support
special dietary needs, and bring
nutrition principles to life in your
early childhood setting. Each chapter
includes a summary of key concepts
based on current scientific research,
promising practices, and sample
letters to families. Age focus: 0–5.
Softbound, 168 pgs.
Cultivating Healthy Food Choices in Young Children
Karrie Kalich, Dottie Bauer & Deirdre McPartlin
Counteract the prevalence of childhood obesity and establish
lifelong healthy eating habits in children. This research-based,
twenty-four week curriculum engages children in all aspects
of planting, growing, and eating healthy produce. The award-
winning Early Sprouts program includes tips for planting a garden,
suggestions for involving children’s families, and recipes that
children can help prepare. Age focus: 2–6. Softbound, 224 pgs.
thE Early SproutS Cookbook
Karrie Kalich, Lynn Arnold, & Carole Russell
Cook up delicious and healthy meals and snacks for
your preschool setting. Packed with 70 breakfast,
lunch, snack, and special celebration recipes, this hands-on
cookbook promotes the development of healthy eating habits
in young children and encourages children’s participation
in preparing the food. Anchored by wholesome ingredients,
these recipes follow federal dietary guidelines and are all
child-tested and approved. Nutrition information, food safety
procedures, tips for cooking with children, recipe variations,
and colorful photographs are also included. Age focus: 3–5.
Softbound, 216 pgs.
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5 MinutE nutrition aCtivitiES for
Activities to Break the Ice, Fill Down Time, and Get Students
Excited to Learn!
Introduce, reinforce, and review lessons on nutrition with this
compilation of 50 classroom-tested activities. Each activity is a
creative and fun learning experience for children and is calculated
to last less than ten minutes. Age focus: 3–6. Spiral, 54 pgs.
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