Eating Well, Starting Early: Healthy Eating Habits From 0 to 3
There is not one right amount of food children need to grow. Learn how to read your infant or toddler's signals about hunger and eating.
Children are born all different sizes and weights, and can be healthy at many different sizes. A baby’s size—whether bigger or smaller than “normal”—does not tell us much about whether that child will be big or small as an adult. Learn more about how to nurture healthy eating habits in the young children in your care.
Developing self-control begins at birth and continues throughout childhood. Learn what you can do to help your two-year-old develop and practice self-control.
Getting children ready for school is a process that starts as soon as the child is born. Here are everyday strategies to help children develop thinking skills, self-control, self-confidence, and lang…