This healthy, kid-friendly take on the classic dish will have your little ones (and even the adults!) asking for seconds! Whip up this simple dinner recipe tonight! Read more
Max’s parents tried to surprise him by telling him he was was going to a broccoli farm but surprising him by actually taking him to the circus. Sounds like fun, right? Nope! Max really wanted to go to that broccoli farm. Watch the video above.
Sweet mangoes and raisins blend well with the flavorful curry powder in this chicken salad recipe from our Grow Fit menu! Click the image below to open a printable version of the recipe.
March is National Reading Month! Of course, reading to young children introduces new vocabulary, but studies have shown that there are numerous other benefits, as well. Read more
We hope you’ll go “bananas” for this recipe – scrumptious Monkey Snacks!
(Click the recipe below to open a printable PDF version)
(This post originally appeared on the Tutor Time Learning Together blog)
This adorably confused baby is seeing double as he is passed between his dad and his dad’s twin brother. His father, who is in the gray sweater doesn’t make things easier for him either! Watch the viral video above, which as of this writing has over 5 million views.
As childhood obesity and attention deficit disorders in young children continue to increase, more and more research is being done about the effects of physical activity on children’s health. Read more
Bryan Starr is a huge Star Wars fan, so his wife found a great way to let him know that she was pregnant. Albeit unconventional, the tears of joy show it was a huge success. Watch the video above!
By Katie Serbinski, MS, RD
There’s more to food than just taste. Or so that’s what I’ve learned in my six years of studying nutrition science. Food provides our bodies with the nutrients it needs to function, just like fuel to a car. But what foods constitute as healthy? How can you maintain a healthy diet without compromising taste and without having to follow the latest fad diet (or skipping dessert)? That’s where the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans come in. The guidelines have clear implications for federal nutrition policy, influencing everything from the national school lunch program to the advice you get at the doctor’s office. Read more
It won’t be long and your child will be moving up our School Readiness Pathway and heading to a new classroom. We want to ensure this transition is a win-win for your child and for you. Read more