Teaching nutrition to kids isn’t always easy. You need some tools to teach nutrition, and they have to be on par with kids’ development and, of course, include sound nutrition principles and advice.
I have been accumulating some child-centric books and games that help with teaching nutrition to children and I am giving them away!
If you have children or work with children (teacher, physician, RD), these books will help you teach the topic of nutrition to the kids you work with or are raising. I love the power of children’s books about nutrition!
Here’s a brief summary of each giveaway (4 in total):
1. Farmer’s Market Game
(for 2-6 players; ages 4+)
A two-sided board game geared to building awareness and appreciation for fruits and vegetables. Perfect for the family or school setting. Instructions are in English and Spanish.
2. Hop-A-Lot’s First Steps to Fitness by Dianne Warren
A bundle of 6 bilingual books written in English and Spanish. Each book contains approximately 32 pages with colorful drawings and important messages targeting weight gain, family meals, daily movement, bone health, body image and breastfeeding.
Look at Me
Born to Move
Way to Grow
The Best Me
Best Fast Food
3. Hop-A-Lot, The Healthy Habits Rabbit & Vegetable Soup/The Fruit Bowl by Dianne Warren
The Healthy Habits Rabbit: This coloring book/story book emphasizes the importance of establishing healthy habits, including diet, rest, exercise, attitude and cleanliness, and how they are related to food choice.
Vegetable Soup/The Fruit Bowl is really 2 books in one! Using colorful illustrations and rhyming verse, children are introduced to the connection between what they eat and how they feel, look and perform. Children will learn about the health benefits, uses and growth patterns of many different fruits and vegetables.
4. Lainy’s Polite Bite by Emma J. Fogt
A story about Lainy the Ladybug, who only liked to drink Bug Juice, and didn’t want to try any new food. Her friend, Benny Bumblebee helps her try a polite bite, which opens her mind and palate to try additional new foods. A sweet story for young children to learn that trying a new food, while scary, can be done with success!
How are you teaching nutrition to your child?
To enter this giveaway (for one or all four items):
- Leave a comment here on the blog stating why you would like to win.
- Like The Nourished Child on Facebook and leave a comment here telling me you did.
This giveaway will end on Monday, April 20 at midnight. You must be 18 years old and live in the U.S. to enter. Winners will be selected using random.org.
*Disclosure: These items were given to me for review.
THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED.