Nationally, more than 60 percent of households are dual income, resulting in an increased need for early childhood education programming.
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As we are dealing with illnesses and diseases running through our animal population, it is important to discuss the loss of a pets with children. Learn some expert tips for starting the conversation.
With children returning to school, it is vital that they start the day off with a nutrient-dense meal to promote proper growth and health.
Gardening is a fun way to incorporate physical activity into your day, and is a great way to connect kids to where their food comes from!
Now is a great time to help your child learn and understand math and science while having a fun time. The kitchen is the perfect classroom.
Farm to school (F2S) programs have potential to create substantial positive impacts on an array of F2S stakeholders, including kids, schools (foodservice and education), early care and education (ECE) programs, agricultural producers, families and communities. Benefits exist in the areas of public health, economic development, education, environment, equity and community engagement.
Young children love to be in the kitchen with their parents and other adults. Not only do they enjoy spending time with you, but they also love being able to make themselves something to eat.
This activity is appropriate for Pre-K-2nd grade (ages 4-7) and can be used by classrooms, small groups, or individuals.
Children are not born with “money sense.” However, parents can help children understand money matters by letting them take part in regular discussions about using family income.
Farm-to-school enriches the connection communities have with fresh, healthy food and local food producers by changing food purchasing and education practices at schools and early childhood education settings.