The transition to distance learning has been difficult for many families. Your children are home all day, and the routine and structure that your school provides is hard to replicate.
I created this kit with YOU in mind. By now, I’m sure you are growing tired of hearing, “But, I’m starving!” all day long. What if I told you that with a few simple rules and visual supports, you could turn their behavior around.
This edition of the Save My Sanity Kit focuses on increasing healthy eating habits and decreasing frequent snack requests. There are a variety of different printable options, allowing you to customize this kit to fit your family’s needs.
This resource contains a variety of different resources that will help you teach healthy eating habits, as well as structure snack and mealtime at home.
You will get:
A newsletter and tip sheet featuring a few easy to implement tips to start using immediately
24 Snack Bin Labels – to help you create an independent snack bin
6 Mealtime Schedule Sheets –allowing you to create a visual schedule for meal and snack times
2 Kitchen is Closed Signs – use the digital or analog clock to let your children know when the kitchen is open/closed
An “Am I hungry?” Decision-Making Tree – this flow chart will help your child better determine if they are hungry, thirsty, or bored.
Meal and Snack Choice Boards – use this visual to provide choices for meals or snacks. Choices are an excellent way to give some control to your child,and are a helpful way to avoid a power struggle.
Can You Eat a Rainbow? – challenge your child to try fruits and vegetables in every color.
Food Group Sorting Activity – feed the children according to the labels.
3 Visual Recipe Cards – try these no-bake visual recipes with your children.
Punch Card Reward Tags – reward your child for trying new foods, eating healthy, drinking water, and getting exercise.
Visual Boards for Snacktime – promote independence with snacking using these boards.
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