Kids Healthy Habits
With your school-age younger children at home and lots of bright sunshiny days for doing outdoorsy things, summer is a great time to put healthful activities front and center for your kids. Besides the obvious advantages of running around in the summer sun, kids can spend some summertime learning about nutrition and using what they learn in fun ways. Even young kids are quite capable of learning about the basics of nutrition and implementing these bits of know-how into easy recipes. Nutrition.gov has a great children’s section. Get on the website and find the Kids in the Kitchen link. It leads to a page full of nutritious snack ideas, simple kid-friendly recipes, and their safe preparation. There are also instructional videos which detail safety in the kitchen and the right way to add inappropriate healthy habits items into a menu.
For more fun, there’s the Kid’s Corner, which features interactive games designed to teach kids about nutrition as well as physical activity and the proper handling of food.
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- The more that kids know about eating healthy habits, the better their long-term prospects for leading a healthy life are.
- It is not easy to learn all the things necessary to be a good cooker from a young age.
- As parents, and older adults, it is their duty to ensure that kids are well educated on dieting options.
“Kids can learn to cook safely and healthfully with the resources on the Kids in the Kitchen Web page. You can find recipes, healthy snack tips, meal preparation, and other kitchen activities for children from age two to five to learn and self-educate about healthy habits. You can also view educational videos through Kids Rock Nutrition in the Kitchen, and teach children safe cooking skills and how to incorporate colorful fruits and vegetables, lean protein, healthy oils, whole grains, and low-fat dairy products into meals.”
Read more: https://www.usda.gov/media/blog/2018/08/02/get-kids-excited-about-healthy-habits-summer-nutritiongov