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Nutrition - Preschooler and School Age (3 plus)

The following resources will help you in feeding your preschooler or school aged child, aged 3 and up:

Busy Bodies / Hop la Vie! (PDF)

Child Nutrition (Eat Right Ontario)

Cooking with Kids (Healthy Canadians)

Eat Right Be Active: A Guide for Parents and Caregivers of Preschoolers ages 3-5 (PDF)

Eat Right Be Active: A Guide for Parents and Caregivers of Children ages 6-8 (PDF)

Eat Together Role Modelling (Video)

Eating More Vegetables and Fruit (Video)

Eating Together (Video)

Enjoy Vegetables and Fruit for Active Kids (Video)

Enjoying Breakfast: Start the Habit Early (Video)

Follow the Feeding Relationship: How and What to Feed Children is Important (Video)

Follow the Feeding Relationship: Make Meals and Memories Together (Video)

Follow the Feeding Relationship: Offer Healthy Meals and Snacks (Video)

Follow the Feeding Relationship: Patience Works Better than Pressure (Video)

Healthy Beverages Choose Water (Video)

Healthy Drinks, Healthy Kids (Video)

Healthy Eating for Children (Healthy Canadians)

Healthy School Lunches (Healthy Canadians)

How to Feed Your Growing Child Ages 2-5 (Best Start)

How to Build a Healthy Preschooler

Role Model Healthy Eating (Video)

Preschool Nutrition (Video)

School Age Nutrition (Video)

School Health (EatRight Ontario)

Tips for Healthy Family Meals (Healthy Canadians)

Vegetarian Child (Eat Right Ontario)

Welcome to Kindergarten - Nutrition and Healthy Eating (Video)

 

For more information on child health, parenting and services in Simcoe Muskoka, please contact your health care provider or contact Health Connection by calling 1-705-721-7520 or 1-877-721-7520 Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., by email or connect with us wherever you are on Facebook or Twitter.

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