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Give your sloppy joes a healthy boost by adding lentils, which are high in iron, B vitamins and fiber!
Meet Ms. Jessica, food specialist and previous Early Preschool teacher at The Children’s Courtyard in Morgan Hill, CA. Check out our Q&A with her to learn more about her background, daily duties and what she loves most about working at The Children’s Courtyard! Tell us some more about your background! I’ve been working in […]
Here’s a sweet and super simple dinner recipe, perfect for spring!
By Nicole Spain, Registered Dietitian You asked, and she answered! Here, our registered dietitian addresses some of your burning nutrition questions: Q: “What are some good grab and go snacks for babies/toddlers that are nutritionally dense and do not require refrigeration? I struggle with getting them protein on the go!” A: Families spend a […]
Our Greek Chicken Pita Pocket is a light and flavorful recipe that is packed with tons of nutrients!
By Nicole Spain, Registered Dietitian Instead of adding green food dye to make your St Patrick’s Day festive, try these delicious, naturally green snacks! Four Leaf Clover Hummus Chickpeas (Garbanzo Beans) 1 can (15 oz) Vegetable Oil […]
1. Start TODAY. Start adjusting your child’s bedtime before the time change. In the days leading up to the switch, begin adjusting your child’s bedtime by 10 to 15 minutes. In the case of “spring forward,” put them to bed earlier. 2. Sync their internal clock naturally. Our bodies’ natural clock, or circadian rhythm, is […]
This month, let’s take a closer look at the Language Development Domain, focusing on literacy development. In order for children to learn to read and write, they need to understand the connection between letters on a page and spoken sounds. This understanding is developed through the building blocks of literacy: * Print awareness: Knowing that […]