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Morin Family Child Care

As a child care provider, I have an important role in children's lives by helping them learn and grow.  As a member of Child Nutrition Program of Southern CA, I help children get the nourishment and energy they need to learn and grow by providing healty meals and snacks.  In addition, preschoolers who eat a variety of healthy foods and play actively several times every day are less likely to be overweight or obese.  The Institute of Medicine (IOM) report, Early Childhood Obesity Prevention Policies, recommends that children ages 1 - 5 years old child care providers: 1) provide healthy meals and snacks that meet Dietary Guidelines, 2) serve meals family-style to be responsive to children's hunger and fullness cues, and 3) teach children about healthy eating and physical activity.  This information will show how I easily and effectively implement these "best practices" for providing healthy meals and promoting healthy eating in my child care facility.

                             Monday through Friday Menu 

Days Breakfast

Morning
Snacks

Lunch Afternoon Snacks
Monday French toast, banana , and milk Gold fish crackers whole wheat and milk Egg noodles with chicken and mixed veggies, tangerines

Club crackers and milk

Tuesday Waffles, strawberries, and milk Graham crackers and milk Macaroni noodles with spaghetti meat sauce, tangerines, and milk Wheat Thins crackers and milk
Wednesday Hawaiian rolls, grapes, and milk

Club crackers and apple juice

White rice, Italian sausage, corn, watermellon, and milk

Wheat thins crackers and milk
Thursday Sausage, fruit salad, and milk Nutella sandwich and milk Wild rice, chicken adobo, green beans, banana, and milk Cheeze it and banana
Friday Pancake, raspeberries, and milk Snack crackers and milk Chicken nuggets, french fries, rolls, apples, and milk Whole Grain goldfish crackers and milk

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