Help your child eat well
Preschool years are an important time for children to learn to enjoy foods and join in with family meals and snacks. More...
It is normal for children to grow faster some months than others. During growth spurts, your child may eat more than usual. More...
Calcium and Vitamin D are Important
Calcium and vitamin D help build healthy bones and teeth. Four servings of milk, cheese, or yogurt each day give your child enough calcium. More...
Help Your Child Eat Well
Your job is to provide your child a variety of healthy foods. Your child's job is to choose how much of those foods to eat.
Avoid Comforting Your Child with Food
There are many reasons why your child may get unhappy or upset, other than being hungry. If your child has eaten a meal or snack recently, think about other things that may be bothering him or her. More...
Fitness and your four-year-old
If your child enjoys being active now, he or she is more likely to be active throughout life. More...
Eating Together as a Family is a Good Habit
Sit down to eat together as a family at least once a day. Turn off the TV and cellphones. Give everyone a chance to talk and share stories about their day.
Help your child eat well and be active
Set a good example and sit with your child for meals or snacks, eating healthy foods, and be active.