Providing healthy and nutritious meals is one of the most important things you can do to get your child to develop healthy eating habits for life. Your preschooler’s normal growth and development also play a big role in their eating habits. As preschoolers grow, they change physically, mentally, and socially. These changes affect everything they do, including eating.  To know what to expect, check out this helpful roadmap.


 

What should my child be eating daily?

This website from the US Department of Agriculture provides daily food plans and ideas for your child, including tips for picky eaters and developing healthy eating habits.

 

What is good brain food for my child?

This slide show from MedicineNet explains the top 10 brain foods for your child, which includes easy-to-get foods like peanut butter, eggs, oatmeal, and berries.

 

10 Snacks Kids Can Make Themselves

Helping your child create their own healthy snacks is a good practice to develop healthy eating habits. Check out these easy snacks your young child can make himself.

 

Delicious Healthy Recipes for the Whole Family

Your family eating habits have a major influence on your child’s eating habits. Here are some healthy recipes that the whole family can enjoy.