National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning
A Resource Guide for Planning and Operating Afterschool Programs

Resource Description

This resource addresses the topic: Programming.

How to Teach Nutrition to Kids, Third Edition (New)
Connie Liakos Evers
With the majority of children in part- or full-time afterschool care, these programs have a unique opportunity to use the hours after school for enrichment and continued learning. The science of nutrition, a topic becoming more popular with rising childhood obesity, may seem a complex and dry topic for children, but this recently updated guide provides positive information and fun activity ideas complete with illustrations. The author goes beyond the old food pyramid and includes many simple, healthy recipes. The book teaches adults and children how to make beneficial dietary choices, empowering them by explaining how to have a positive self-image, encouraging physical fitness, and emphasizing healthy eating habits. (247 pages)
© 2006
24 Carrot Press
P.O. Box 23546
Portland, OR 97281-3546
Phone: 503-524-9318

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