Tiffany McDonald

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Fun can be educational and party food does not equal sugar!
 
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By Tiffany McDonald
Keep the sugar buzz away! Part of a book - this free sample covers Groundhog's Day. Gives step by step instructions for making three healthier party treats. All treats in this sample and in the full booklet (The Very Hungry Classroom) provide
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Many parents have told me they just don't have the time to create cute, low or no sugar healthy treats for their children's parties. This guide came about from parents telling me they would make them if they didn't have to troll the internet sifting
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Before having children I instructed adults with learning disabilities, then conducted training in the workplace. Once I had children, I focused my time on raising curious, self-reliant children by using our time together as learning opportunities. We talk about nutrition when we select "party" food and discuss why cupcakes and cookies are not always a great choice, but popcorn or a bagel with colored cream cheese is a better one. We can hide so much long term learning and habits in small choices we make with them as very young children.

MY TEACHING STYLE

We learn by doing and even better... we learn best by teaching others. We double recipes or cut them in half. Sometimes I simply say, you add half the ingredients and let your brother add the other half. Then they are figuring out how much each needs to do for the 1/2 c flour. I'm sneaky that way with math. I'm always "hiding" it in something fun to reinforce what we learned at school or give them a head start on something they will be covering. When you make a sandwich, you can always talk to your toddler about it being a square and count the sides or ask how to get two triangles out of it.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.S. University of Evansville M.Ed. University of Louisville

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Growing up when a soda pop for breakfast was normal as were treats every day, I can say teaching our children to enjoy healthier food items during celebrations is crucial. I've watched by family and friends battle holidays and the mental need for those holiday treats. Now I am witnessing children who are being raised with an awareness of the joy of healthy food and their ability to walk away from and be satisfied with a small treat. This needs to start at a young age. Hence, the research to develop a quick one stop shopping guide for parents on holiday treats.

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