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1998 Catalog - Child Care (Pre K)

 

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Dimensions in Food Textures, Preparation & Feeding Techniques for Special Need Children

1995 Anderson Benner Associates

Four 30-minute videos and a 14 page guidebook provide this training program for Child Nutrition Programs personnel. Part 1 describes related laws and IEPs, handicapping conditions, and special diet needs. Part 2 is instruction in food production techniques. Part 3 discusses feeding techniques. Part 4 covers behavioral management.

AUDIENCE: FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS

FORMAT: (4) - 30 MINUTE VIDEOS GUIDEBOOK

The Doorbell Rang

Greenwillow Books 1986 Pat Hutchins

Each time the doorbell rings, there are more people who have come to share Ma's wonderful cookies. A fun-filled introduction to division.

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

FORMAT: 24P. BOOK

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Eatin' to the Beat

1995

A cassette tape of seven, lively tunes with nutrition messages for young children. Several of the songs convey the important message of eating a variety of foods, especially fruits, vegetables and grains. Also included are songs to encourage mannerly eating, physical activity, and food decision making.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PRESCHOOL TEACHERS PARENTS

FORMAT: CASSETTE TAPE

Eating The Alphabet

Tien Wah Press 1989 Lois Ehlert

The alphabet book of watercolor fruits and vegetables will entice youngsters to learn not only the alphabet, but colors and names of the fruits and vegetables shown. Great for day care, Head Start centers, preschools, elementary schools and anyone who appreciates gorgeous watercolors.

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

FORMAT: 32P. BOOK

Ellyn Satter's Montana Feeding Relationship Training Package

Ellyn Satter Associates revised1997 Ellyn Satter

Everything you need in one easy-to-use package. This training package gives in-depth staff training on feeding children and preventing feeding problems. Satter clearly defines the role and limits of the nutrition program in health supervision, prevention, and screening.

AUDIENCE: HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

FORMAT: FIVE VIDEOS TEACHERS GUIDE BOOK

Everybody Cooks Rice

Carolrhoda Books, Inc 1991 Norah Dooley

Anthony is late for dinner. So his sister goes from house to house looking for him. In each home, she finds families preparing rice in a different way. The book emphasizes the different tastes of rice when prepared by different ethnic groups. This multicultural dinner tale ends with several recipes for rice—from Barbados, Vietnam, India, China, Haiti, and Italy.

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

FORMAT: 32P. BOOK

Everyday Learning: Hand-On Activities for Preschoolers

University of North Carolina 1995

This excellent video shows how to integrate nutrition education into play activities and learning centers in a day care center. It demonstrates cooking, shopping, teaching about the Food Guide Pyramid, and the use of stories, games, and puzzles to teach nutrition concepts. This video shows that learning about food can be fun. The accompanying activity book provides a wealth of ideas for child care providers and preschool teachers.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PARENTS PRESCHOOL TEACHERS

FORMAT: 18 MINUTE VIDEO 287 P. ACTIVITY BOOK

Exploring Foods With Young Children : A Recipe For Nutrition Education

1992 Florida NET Program

An 85 page manual designed to provide a guide for preschool and early elementary classroom teachers to incorporate nutrition education into existing curricula. Letters to parents/guardians are translated in Spanish and Creole dialects to involve families in the child's nutrition education.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS EARLY ELEMENTARY HEAD START PRESCHOOL TEACHERS

FORMAT: 85 PAGE TEACHERS MANUAL

Exploring Healthy Eating : Activities for Parents and Children Together

Prepared by Center on Hunger, Poverty and Nutrition Policy, Tufts University

Introduces parents to the role nutrition plays in their young child's cognitive development. Designed to be easy-to-read and useful for families with limited resources, these materials help parents with young children teach their children good eating habits by offering useful information, feeding tips and creative activities for parents and children to do together.

AUDIENCE: PARENTS CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS WIC NUTRITIONISTS

FORMAT: SIX UNITS

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Family Pictures : Cuadros de Familia

Children's Book Press 1990 Carmen Lomas Garza

This bilingual picture book features drawings and stories about life in a Mexican-American family. Several of the stories focus on food - -picking cactus, making tamales, eating tacos, preparing rabbit and tortillas, picking oranges, and eating watermelon.

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

FORMAT: 32P. BOOK

Feast for 10

Clarion Books 1993 Cathryn Falwell

What does it take to make a feast for 10 hungry people? Start with one shopping cart, two pumpkins, three chickens...In bouncy rhymed text, count to 10 once in the grocery store as the children help Mama shop, and again at home as everyone lends a hand to prepare the meal.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS EARLY ELEMENTARY

FORMAT: 32P. BOOK

Feeding a Toddler: Lily Gets Her Money's Worth

1991

Toddlers require a lot of attention, patience, love - and money. This program, narrated by a young mother, presents a variety of food options for even those on the strictest budgets, while maintaining a high level of nutrition. Food preparation, smart grocery shopping, meal planning, preventing tooth decay, and getting toddlers to use eating utensils are just some of the topics discussed in this program.

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

FORMAT: 15 MINUTE VIDEO

Feeding Children Well : A Pyramid for Preschoolers

Texas Nutrition Education Training Program 1995

This is an excellent video for child care providers or parents. It teaches how the food guide pyramid relates to child nutrition. It contains practical examples of how and what to feed young children.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PARENTS PRESCHOOL TEACHERS

FORMAT: 17 MINUTE VIDEO

First Foods: Lily Feeds Her Baby

1991

A baby's early diet is extremely important to its future health. This program, narrated by a young mother, explains the dietary needs of infants and how these needs change drastically within a baby's first year. The nutritional differences between breast milk and formula are reviewed, as well as when and how a baby should be weaned from mother's milk. Babies need to eat a balanced diet from the same four food groups as adults; however, their food needs to be prepared differently. Introducing babies to new foods, watching for allergic reactions, food preparation, and dealing with a baby's emotional reactions towards eating are all discussed in this comprehensive program.

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

FORMAT: 14 MINUTE VIDEO

Fit For A King : The Smart Kid's Guide to Food & Fun

American Academy of Pediatrics 1997

An entertaining, child-friendly video on nutrition that will grab the attention of children ages 7-11. A tale of a young monarch who, with the help of his subjects-a storyteller, scientist and a traveling sales kid - discovers not only the importance of nutrition and physical activity in a healthy life, but also the fun it brings. By using the Food Guide Pyramid, the video illustrates the numerous choices youngsters can make to create their very own healthful diet and fitness plan, that indeed is "fit for a king".

AUDIENCE: ELEMENTARY CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS HEALTH CLINICS PHYSICAL ED. INSTRUCTORS

FORMAT: 9 MINUTE VIDEO LEADER GUIDE REPRODUCIBLE ACTIVITY SHEET FOOD GUIDE PYRAMID POSTER

Five A Day Bingo : A Fun Nutrition Game For All Ages

Food Services of America, Inc. 1995 Kathy Andersen

"Five A Day Bingo" is a great way to have fun - and learn more about produce at the same time. It can be used to increase awarness of 5 A Day, encourage players to eat more fruits and vegetables, and reward players for trying new produce items.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS ELEMENTARY HIGH SCHOOL ADULT DAY CARE HEALTH CLINICS

FORMAT: GAME 25P. BOOK

The Food Allergy News Cookbook

Revised 1995 Anne Munoz-Furlong

This is more than a cookbook. Here you'll find tips for shopping, substituting foods, and a glossary of ingredient terms. The recipes are labeled for easy identification of allergens/sensitivities-milk, egg, wheat, peanut, soy, nut and gluten.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS GENERAL ADULT PARENTS

Food Guide Pyramid Flannel Board Cutouts

Help students learn how to make healthy food choices with this 25" flannel pyramid and 62 moveable flannel pieces to be placed in their respective food groups.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PRESCHOOL EARLY ELEMENTARY

FORMAT: FLANNEL BOARD FOOD PYRAMID

Food Models: For Early Childhood Educators

National Dairy Council 1994

Life-size cardboard photographs of 185 common foods that preschoolers love and teachers find invaluable. The 16-page Teacher Guide provides over a dozen teacher-tested activities using the colorful food photographs with 3-5 year olds.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PRESCHOOL

FORMAT: 185 MODELS 16 PAGE LEADER GUIDE

Food Pyramid Bingo

Smartpicks, Inc. 1996 Kathleen Stefancin

What a dynamic way to learn about food and nutrition! Food Pyramid Bingo is an energetic, exciting way to teach people of all ages about good nutrition through interaction and fun! For ease of participation, this unique game is formatted after the traditional bingo game with the addition of the Food Guide Pyramid structure at the top of the card for easy reference. Each player will increase personal knowledge of 95 pre-selected foods, including placement within the Food Guide Pyramid and serving sizes.

AUDIENCE: ELEMENTARY CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PARENTS COMMUNITY

FORMAT: 30 LAMINATED CARDS 95 PICTURE SQUARES INSTRUCTION SHEET

Food, Family & Fun : A Seasonal Guide to Healthy Eating

June 1996 USDA

This 122 page book is a collection of 50 recipes intended for use by parents. The recipes are arranged by months of the year, and each recipe includes a family nutrition education activity. This book is part of USDA's Team Nutrition program.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PARENTS

FORMAT: 122P. BOOK

Foods Around The World

Dairy Council of Wisconsin

Take a trip to different countries using this multicultural program. In just minutes, you can create a bulletin board which is ideal for every setting and appropriate for all age groups. It can be individually tailored to meet your needs by displaying and studying any one or all 15 countries. This teacher-tested program includes a map, flag, food list, and reference sheet for each county; a colorful banner; 150 colorful food picture cards; a teacher/leader guide with 3 lessons and 20 activities for grades 2-6; and a recipe booklet.

AUDIENCE: ELEMENTARY CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS

FORMAT: MAPS PICTURE FOOD CARDS TEACHER/LEADER GUIDE RECIPE BOOKLET

The Foods I Eat...The Foods You Eat

Many Hands Media 1996

This learning program offers special opportunities for young children to explore a multicultural world of food! With this food and nutrition education program, children experience a variety of foods...and learn how foods that help them grow are both alike and different. It's a celebration of food and culture!

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS HEAD START EARLY ELEMENTARY NUTRITIONISTS

FORMAT: TEACHERS GUIDE AUDIO CASSETTE BOOKS AND RECIPE CARDS

From Farm To Food

Pennsylvania Department of Education 1993

The subject of this 10 minute video is food origins. The Food Guide Pyramid is used to show Pennsylvania school children what food products come from their State and where these products fit into the Pyramid scheme.

AUDIENCE: ELEMENTARY CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS HEALTH CLINICS

FORMAT: 10 MINUTE VIDEO

From Moo To You

Dairy Council of Wisconsin 1996

When your students participate in From Moo to You, they will travel through the pasture, barn, and dairy plant with Billy to learn how milk is produced and processed. Additional trips to the supermarket and school explain the nutritious benefits that milk provides in combination with other foods from the Food Guide Pyramid.

AUDIENCE: PRESCHOOL EARLY ELEMENTARY

FORMAT: CD-ROM

The Fussy Baby: How to Bring Out the Best in Your High-Need Child

Signet 1985 William Sears

With warmth and wisdom, Dr. Sears, an eminent pediatrician and father of six, offers timeless advice that will show parents how to help their high-need child enjoy a more contented start in life. Includes information on how high-need babies, properly attended to, can give parents the best return on their investment of time and energy.

AUDIENCE: PARENTS GENERAL ADULT CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS

FORMAT: 192P. BOOK

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Gobble Up Math : Fun Activities to Complete and Eat for Kids in Grades K-3

The Learning Works,Inc. 1994 Sue Mogard

A fun and delicious way to learn about math, nutrition and the Food Guide Pyramid. Kids use healthy foods such as raisins, pasta, cereal and fruit to learn about patterns and sets, geometry, measurement, number operations, fractions and estimation. As kids finish each exercise, they gobble up the results! An ideal way to motivate kids to enjoy math at home or at school!

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS ELEMENTARY

FORMAT: 136P. BOOK

Gobble Up Science : Fun Activities to Complete and Eat for Kids in Grades 1-4

The Learning Works, Inc. 1996 Carol A. Johmann

Packed with activities and experiments to motivate kids and get them thinking about talented taste buds, wacky water, marvelous mixtures, riveting reactions, colorful creations, dynamic digestion, crunchy crystals and earthly eats.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS ELEMENTARY

FORMAT: 136P. BOOK

Good Nutrition is Everybody's Ball Game

Francis Family Publishing 1992 Lynnrae Francis

Join B. Smart and his friends create an understanding of how to choose food wisely.

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

FORMAT: 18P. BOOK

Good Nutrition Round Up

Providers Press 1994 Lynnrae Francis

Join B. Smart and his friends create an understanding of how to choose food wisely.

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

FORMAT: 14P. BOOK

Good Nutrition Travels Far

1992 Lynnrae Francis

Join B. Smart and his friends create an understanding of how to choose food wisely.

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

FORMAT: 14P. BOOK

Gregory, the Terrible Eater

Scholastic Inc 1980 Mitchell Sharmat

Gregory the Goat's parents worry about the way he eats, just like human parents worry! It's a fun way to begin discussions about good eating!

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

FORMAT: 30P. BOOK

Growing Colors

Lothrop, Lea & Shepard Books 1988 Bruce McMillan

Photographs of green peas, yellow corn, red potatoes, purple beans, and other fruits and vegetables illustrate the many colors of nature.

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

FORMAT: 32P. BOOK

Guide to Feeding Young Children with Special Needs

Arizona Department Health Services, Office of Nutrition Services 1995

A guide to increase awareness of the special challenges involved in the nutrition and feeding concerns for children with special needs. Helps develop understanding, acceptance, and skills necessary for nourishing these children.

AUDIENCE: HEALTH CLINICS NUTRITIONISTS TEACHERS CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PARENTS

FORMAT: 95P. BOOK

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