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Laurel Branen, PhD, LD, RD Janice Fletcher, EdD University of Idaho
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Think about nutrition, child development, and food safety, as you consider the following six principles for feeding children in group settings.
Children need a variety of foods
“Adults decide what is presented to eat and how it is presented” (Satter’s Division of Responsibility in Eating)
Child decides how much and even whether to eat (Satter’s Division of Responsibility in Eating)
Adults set the feeding environment
Children should serve themselves
Adults should sit with children and eat the same food
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