Back-to-school is a time to start fresh—and that includes rethinking kids’ lunchtime routines. With childhood obesity affecting one in five children in the U.S., you may be concerned about keeping your children a healthy weight. Here are five tips for filling those lunchboxes with healthy, wholesome...
We know, we know. Mealtime can be a battle ground where broccoli never wins, and a brownie bribe is the common white flag of surrender. But parents can encourage positive attitudes toward food with fun children’s books that make veggies seem silly and cooking look like a lot of fun.
Attitudes and habits toward food are created early in life, so it's never too early to begin modeling and teaching healthy behaviors to your youngsters. The next time your family takes a trip to the grocery store, try these easy learning exercises with your kids!
Fresher, healthier foods in our children's schools? Yes, please! This fall, educators, farmers and community members will come together during several free workshops that illuminate the Farm-to-School movement, and help connect schools and local farmers.