Building good eating habits is a surefire way to boost your child’s health. These answers to common questions can help your family make wise decisions when it comes to food choices.
Active play makes the best exercise since it keeps kids coming back for more! Encourage your children to stay active—whether outside or inside—with these fun activities and games. You don’t need fancy equipment or a gym membership, just a little creativity.
The kitchen is more than a place to cook and eat—it can also be a fun “classroom” for your children. Planning and preparing healthy meals together is a great way to build reading, math, and science skills. Plus, your kids will enjoy eating the results of their “lessons!"
Screens may be everywhere these days, but that doesn’t mean your child needs one to have fun! In fact, your youngster can have even more fun—and stay healthier—by powering down the screens and powering up the physical activity. Here’s how.
Good, nutritious meals don’t have to take a lot of time. And you don’t need a whole grocery list of ingredients to make something your kids (and you!) will enjoy eating. Here are easy recipes you can use to get dinner on the table in a hurry. Pick your speed—fast for lunches or dinners that come together in 30 minutes and even faster for meals that take about 15 minutes. Each recipe makes 4 servings.
Have a Ball! - August, 2019
Your youngsters will have hours of fun with these ball games—as they build their muscles, coordination, stamina, and overall fitness. Pick a game, grab a ball, and play!
Make cooking together as fun as eating together! Choose a recipe, and have your youngster help from start to finish.