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1998 Catalog - Child Care (Pre K)

 

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The ABSEF Physical Fitness Assessment

ABSEF:Fitness for Kids 1993 Renae Buss

Here is an exciting way to stimulate children's interest in exercise and nutrition! Organized into 4-6 minute lessons, ABSEF is packed with activities that place the focus on educational rather than performance outcomes. Focus is on aerobic endurance, body composition, strength and flexibility. Includes two manuals for instructors/parents, booklet of handouts to color, five posters, and 55 flashcards.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS EARLY ELEMENTARY

FORMAT: TWO INSTRUCTOR/PARENT MANUALS COPY READY COLORING HANDOUTS POSTERS 55 FLASH CARDS

Adventures in Learning with the Food Guide Pyramid

Association for Child Development 1995

There are many great lesson ideas in this book. The activities and games are divided into sections according to the Food Guide Pyramid, and also include a chapter on healthy habits. Each section also includes lots of nutrition truths and little known food facts for the teachers. The songs, experiments, games, and hands-on activities will keep children busy and happy while they are learning about good nutrition.

AUDIENCE: EARLY ELEMENTARY CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PRESCHOOL TEACHERS

FORMAT: 109P. BOOK

The African-American Child's Heritage Cookbook

Sandcastle Publishing 1993 Vanessa Roberts Parham

This celebration of black heritage features a wide range of dishes especially designed for children to make with the help of an adult. The more than 200 recipes collected here include examples of traditional Southern cooking (fried green tomatoes), soul food (chitterlings), healthier updates of soul food dishes (oven-fried catfish), Caribbean cooking (callaloo), and more. This large print, large format book also contains sections on African-American celebrations, cooking safety, the culinary contribution of George Washington Carver, and a glossary of cooking terms.

AUDIENCE: ELEMENTARY CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PARENTS TEACHERS

FORMAT: 289P. BOOK

Am I Fat? : Helping Young Children Accept Differences in Body Size

ETR Associates 1992 Joanne Ikeda

Young children (up to age ten) are extremely sensitive to weight issues, and this guide for teachers, parents, school nurses, and other caregivers provides ideas for communicating with kids about size diversity, teasing, body image, and self-esteem. It includes realistic case studies, nutrition guidelines, classroom activities, and suggestions for physical activities.

AUDIENCE: TEACHERS PARENTS SCHOOL NURSES CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS

FORMAT: 117P. BOOK

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Barely Bear Learns About Good Nutrition : The Path To The Pyramid

National Food Service Management Institute 1993 Beverly Cross

This 13 page storybook takes Barely Bear and his food friends on a trip to the Food Guide Pyramid.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS EARLY ELEMENTARY PRESCHOOL TEACHERS

FORMAT: 13P. STORYBOOK 6-MINUTE AND 12- MINUTE VIDEO FOOD GUIDE PYRAMID POSTER INSTRUCTORS GUIDE

Better Homes and Gardens New Junior Cookbook

Better Homes and Gardens Books 1989 Gerald M. Knox : editor

Written and designed to appeal to eight-to-twelve-year-old children who are just beginning to cook on their own as well as those who have some cooking experience. Every one of the more than 50 recipes is kid-tested and tasted in the Better Home and Gardens Test Kitchens.

AUDIENCE: ELEMENTARY MIDDLE SCHOOL CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PARENTS

FORMAT: 80P. BOOK

Better Homes and Gardens Step-By-Step Kids' Cook Book

Better Homes and Gardens 1984

This cookbook starts out with very simple recipes for kids and then progresses to harder recipes. How-to photographs are included with each recipe along with step-by-step instructions. Hints for the cook and how-to measure sections are included. By the end of this book, kids will have learned and practiced many cooking basics.

AUDIENCE: ELEMENTARY CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PARENTS

FORMAT: 96P. BOOK

Betty Crocker's Cooking with Kids

Macmillan, A Simon & Schuster Macmillan Company 1995 Betty Crocker

Calling all Kids! This cookbook means fun in the kitchen with delicious results. From Homemade Granola Bars to Dinosaur Calzones, One-Pot Spaghetti to Oh-So-Chocolate Brownies, these are the foods kids love to cook. Tested by kids in their own homes, the recipes are easy to make, and they taste great.

AUDIENCE: ELEMENTARY CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PARENTS

FORMAT: 176P. BOOK

Bread and Jam for Frances

HarperTrophy 1993 Russell Hoban

Frances decides she wants to eat only bread and jam at every meal until—to her surprise—her parents grant her wish. "Makes its point for fussy eater...gently, amusingly, and most effectively."

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS EARLY ELEMENTARY PARENTS PRESCHOOL TEACHERS

FORMAT: 31P. BOOK

Bread Bread Bread

Lothrop, Lee and Shepard 1989 Ann Morris

With large photographs, this book depicts the wide variety of breads from around the world. From India to Mexico; from Peru to Indonesia; from Ghana to Greece, international breads are shown. A photograph index supplies the teacher with more information on the locale of each picture and the type of bread shown.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS EARLY ELEMENTARY PARENTS PRESCHOOL TEACHERS

FORMAT: 28P. BOOK

Breakfast Clubbies : Video and Activity Kit

Food Groupie, Inc. 1996

An innovative health education package featuring the popular Food Groupie puppets and special guest, Cathy Rigby. The kit helps children discover why a healthy breakfast is such an important part of their day. The "Breakfast Clubbies" also inspire children's positive attitudes about health, foster their awareness of other cultures, and help them develop basic skills. Children who participate in the activities have opportunities to learn language, math, motor, social, science and health skills while they learn about healthy breakfasts.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS EARLY ELEMENTARY HEALTH CLINICS PRESCHOOL TEACHERS

FORMAT: FOUR SHORT VIDEOTAPES (6-11 MINTUES EACH IN LENGTH), TEACHERS GUIDE WITH 40 ACTIVITIES REPRODUCIBLES

Breakfast: Lily Changes A Habit

1993

Lily learns the important nutritional benefits of eating breakfast. Appropriate examples of what adults and children should eat are presented in relation to the USDA Food Pyramid.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PARENTS HEALTH CLINICS GENERAL ADULT

FORMAT: 11 MINUTE VIDEO

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Care Connection Training Program

National Food Service Management Institute 1997

The Care Connection Training Program includes a series of 10 video lessons with printed materials. It was designed for use by Child and Adult Care Food Program sponsors of child care homes and child care centers, to train caregivers in homes and centers to provide quality care for children. Lessons include; an overview of the CACFP, meal pattern requirements, basic meal planning, food preparation, sanitation and food safety, and basic program requirements for child care centers and family day care...Available with both center and home training package or Center/Home specific training package.

AUDIENCE: CACFP SPONSORS

FORMAT: VIDEO LESSONS SPONSOR GUIDE WRITTEN LESSON MATERIALS

Caring For Our Children : National Health and Safety Performance Standards Guidelines for Out-Of-Home Child Care Programs

American Public Health Assn. 1992 Apha Collaborative Project Staff

This book contains health and safety standards for child care programs that are recommended by the American Public Health Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics. Chapters are included on staffing needs; child program activities; health promotion; nutrition and food service; facilities, supplies, equipment and transportation; control of infectious diseases; children with special needs; administration; and licensing. The rationale for each standard and comments on each are also given.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS CHILD CARE SPONSORS

FORMAT: 410P. BOOK

Chef Combo's Fantastic Adventures : In Tasting & Nutrition

National Dairy Council August 1996

This Chef Combo puppet and accompanying teacher guide are designed for use with 4 and 5 year-olds. The kit gets children involved in cooking and encourages them to try new foods. The 192 page teacher guide divides recipes and activities into the subject area of: farm, seasons, shapes, transportation, rainbows, colors, dinosaurs, alphabet, senses, and holidays.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS EARLY ELEMENTARY PARENTS HEALTH CLINICS PRESCHOOL TEACHERS

FORMAT: 192P. MANUAL PUPPET AUDIOCASSETTE RUBBER STAMP

Chicken Little

William Morrow & Company 1985 Steven Kellogg

Chicken Little and his feathered friends, alarmed that the sky seems to be falling, are easy prey to hungry Foxy Loxy when he poses as a police officer in hopes of tricking them into his truck.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS EARLY ELEMENTARY PARENTS PRESCHOOL TEACHERS

FORMAT: 30P. BOOK

Child Of Mine : Feeding With Love And Good Sense

1991 Ellyn Satter

This is an excellent handbook to have during pregnancy and the early years of a child's life. It provides a sensible approach to feeding and the feeding relationship between parent and child. It covers information on breast feeding, bottle feeding, introducing solid foods, and feeding the toddler. The last chapters cover diarrhea, regulation of food intake, and obesity.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PARENTS

FORMAT: 463P. BOOK

Children's Choices : A Cookbook for Family Child Care Providers

1995 California Department of Education

Spiral bound and well illustrated, the easy-to-follow format shows step-by-step recipe instructions and quantities of ingredients and serving sizes appropriate for each age group. Included are brief and practical hints for planning and preparing meals and a section containg a four-week menu cycle. Other sections present ideas for parties and special occasions, a listing of the nutritients in each recipe, and an index.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS

FORMAT: 166P. BOOK

Connecticut Cooks For Kids : A Collection of Recipes from Childcare Providers Throughout Connecticut

Connecticut State Department of Education 1996 Ellen L. Shanley

An attractive cookbook for child care providers. Contains over 100 kid-pleasing, taste-tested recipes for soups, entrees, fruits and vegetables, beverages, breads, and snacks. Nutrient analysis information and contribution to the CACFP meal pattern is included for each recipe. Some ideas for nutrition education activities are also provided.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS

FORMAT: 126P. BOOK

Consuming Concerns : Nutrition Concerns in Early Intervention

1996 Frances Stern Nutrition Center

Video presentation about feeding concerns of children of special health care needs. Details common nutrition concerns. Describes why all children enrolled in Early Intervention should be screened for nutritional concerns. Explains the role of a nutritionists in a Early Intervention team.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PARENTS HEALTH CLINICS

FORMAT: 17 MINUTE VIDEO

Cooking Up The Pyramid : An Early Childhood Nutrition Curriculum

Katherine M. Brieger

Educators and health professionals have long recognized the importance nutrition plays in the lives of children. The child's physical, social, and intellectual development is determined by the quantity and quality of foods in his or her diet. Children living in poverty are at greatest risk for developing nutrition-related health problems. This book addresses the special nutritional needs of these children. The curriculum is intended to offer simple ideas for teaching food and nutrition to children ages 3-8. Teachers can promote healthy diets by offering a variety of food experiences during these early years. Multicultural recipes have been used throughout the curriculum.

AUDIENCE: EARLY ELEMENTARY CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PRESCHOOL HEALTH CLINICS

FORMAT: 63 PAGE MANUAL 78 ACTIVITIES AND RECIPES NUTRITION BINGO GAME 10 BILINGUAL PARENT NEWSLETTERS

Cooking Up U.S. History : Recipes and Research to Share with Children

Teacher Ideas Press 1991 Suzanne I. Barchers

A compilation of recipes, research, and readings linked to the history of the United States. This book not only provides teachers with classroom-tested recipes, but offers them in the context of the most commonly encountered social studies units: the American Indians, the colonists, the Revolutionary War, the westward expansion, the Civil War, and the commonly identified geographic regions of the country.

AUDIENCE: ELEMENTARY CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS

FORMAT: 187P. BOOK

Cooking With Kids

1997 Oregon Dairy Council

Use this resource to teach children basic culinary skills, allow them to try a variety of healthy foods and begin forming positive food attitudes that last into adulthood. The benefits are too numerous to pass up! Suitable for classroom, daycare, or at-home use.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS ELEMENTARY PARENTS PRESCHOOL TEACHERS

FORMAT: 15 QUICK FOOD/MEALTIME ACTIVITIES 20 SIMPLE RECIPES TEACHER'S GUIDE

Cool Cooking For Kids

Fearon Teacher Aids 1976 Pat McClenahan

A complete activity guide for teaching nutrition, cooking, and health to young children. Over 100 recipes; many require no heat.

AUDIENCE: KINDERGARTEN CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PARENTS PRESCHOOL TEACHERS

FORMAT: 176P. BOOK

Count To 5...Count To 6! : Fun With Fruits, Vegetables & Grains

The Vermont Department of Health 1996 The Vermont Department of Health

An activity book full of fun ways to introduce preschoolers to eating fruits, vegetables and grains. Designed especially for child care providers and educators in Vermont. In it you will find ways to increase the daily number of servings of vegetables, fruits and grains for children and adults. Pages of nutrition information, fun things to do and foods to make with kids...plus recipes, menus, food preparation tips, and resource for the educator.

AUDIENCE: PRESCHOOL TEACHER CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS HEALTH CLINICS

FORMAT: 48P. BOOK ACTIVITY BOOK

Cuisine for Kids : Celebrating Taste and Health in Schools and Child Care

1997 The California Department of Education

A 12-hour course in healthy food preparation for child nutrition program food production staff. The six sessions, about two hours each, are team-taught by a chef and nutritionist and involve students in classroom instruction and hands-on kitchen experience. Designed for front line food preparation staff in school and child care meal programs in California. This may include "working managers" or supervisors who have food preparation service responsibilites. The course focuses on food preparation and recipe modification.

AUDIENCE: NUTRITIONISTS FOOD SERVICE MANAGERS CHEFS CHILD NUTRITION STAFF

FORMAT: 162P. INSTRUCTORS MANUAL 96P. STUDENT WORKBOOK

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