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1. 2 3 4 Infant meal/snack requires ONLY breast milk or IFIF Claim (Regardless of who supplies the IFIF) Mother breastfeeds baby at the center Do Not.

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4 4 Infant meal/snack requires ONLY breast milk or IFIF Claim (Regardless of who supplies the IFIF) Mother breastfeeds baby at the center Do Not Claim

5  Breakfast: ◦ IFIF or breast milk ◦ Iron-fortified Infant Cereal (when developmentally ready)  Lunch/Supper: ◦ IFIF or breast milk ◦ Iron-fortified Infant Cereal (when developmentally ready) ◦ Fruit and/or Vegetable (when developmentally ready)  Snack: ◦ IFIF or breast milk 5

6 6 Infant meal/snack requires ONLY breast milk or IFIF Claim (Regardless of who supplies the IFIF)

7  Semi-solid foods are introduced when the infant is developmentally ready, which is a decision made by the parents and infant’s doctor 7

8 8 Infant meal requires breast milk/IFIF, IFIC* &/or fruit/vegetable* Parent supplies ALL components Center supplies ONE, TWO or ALL components Claim Do Not Claim * When developmentally ready

9  Breakfast: ◦ IFIF or breast milk ◦ Iron-fortified Infant Cereal ◦ Fruit and/or vegetable  Lunch/Supper: ◦ IFIF or breast milk ◦ Fruit and/or Vegetable ◦ Iron-fortified Infant Cereal and/or ◦ Meat/Meat Alternate (meat, fish, poultry, egg yolk, cooked dry beans or peas, cheese)  Snack: ◦ IFIF, breast milk, or 100% fruit juice ◦ Bread or crackers (when developmentally ready) 9 All components are required Table foods or baby foods can be served

10 10 Parent supplies ALL components Center supplies ONE, TWO or ALL components Do Not Claim Claim Infant breakfast requires breast milk/ IFIF, IFIC & fruit/vegetable Infant lunch requires breast milk/IFIF, fruit/vegetable & IFIC OR meat/meat alternate

11 11 Infant snack requires breast milk or IFIF, cracker/ bread* If snack is both IFIF/breast milk and bread/cracker, the center must supply one or both components to claim If snack is only IFIF/breast milk, claim regardless of who supplies * When developmentally ready

12 Circle specific item served, and record amounts offered. Infant Production Record - Birth through 3 Months Month/Year July 20XX Classroom/Site ___Tiny Tots_____ The minimum quantity of food must be available for the infant in order to qualify for reimbursement, but may be served during a span of time consistent with the infant's eating habits DateFirst & Last Name of ChildAgeBreakfast Iron-Fortified Infant Formula (IFIF) or Breast Milk 4-6 oz. Lunch/Supper Iron-Fortified Infant Formula (IFIF) or Breast Milk 4-6 oz. Snack Iron-Fortified Infant Formula (IFIF) or Breast Milk 4-6 oz. 7/5Katie Smith2 mo 4 oz IFIF / Breast Milk 4 oz IFIF / Breast Milk 7/6Katie2 mo 4 oz IFIF/Breast Milk 4 oz IFIF / Breast Milk 5 oz IFIF / Breast Milk 7/7Katie2 mo 5 oz IFIF / Breast Milk 5 oz IFIF / Breast Milk 5 oz IFIF / Breast Milk oz IFIF / Breast Milk 7/5Tom Hanson3 mo 6 oz IFIF / Breast Milk 7/6Tom3 mo 6 oz IFIF / Breast Milk 7/7Tom3 mo 6 oz IFIF / Breast Milk TOTAL # of Reimbursable Meals:

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15 Date`First & Last Name of Child AgeBreakfast 1.Iron-Fortified Infant Formula (IFIF) or Breast Milk 6-8 oz 2. Iron Fortified Infant Cereal (IFIC) 2-4 Tbsp 3/ Fruit and/or Vegetable 1-4 T Lunch/Supper 1.Iron-Fortified Infant Formula (IFIF) or Breast Milk 6-8 oz 2.Fruit and/or Vegetable 1-4 Tbsp 3.Iron Fortified Infant Cereal 2-4 Tbsp; and/or Meat, fish, poultry, egg yolk, or cooked dry beans/peas 1-4 T; or cheese ½ -2 oz; or cottage cheese, cheese food, or cheese spread 1-4 oz Snack 1.IFIF or Breast Milk or full strength fruit juice 2-4 oz 2.Crusty bread 0-1/2 sl or whole- grain/enriched crackers 0-2 crackers (when developmentally ready) 7/5Elizabeth Thomas 8 mo 8 oz IFIF / Breast Milk 3 Tbsp IFIC T Fruit or Veg_______ 6 oz IFIF / Breast Milk 3 T Fruit or Veg sweet potatoes and/ Tbsp IFIC or ____2__T Meat/Alt Meatloaf 4 oz IFIF / Br Milk / Juice Bread or Crackers 7/6Elizabeth8 mo 6 oz IFIF / Breast Milk 3 Tbsp IFIC 2 T Fruit or Veg Banana 6 oz IFIF / Breast Milk 3 T Fruit or Veg beans and/ 3 Tbsp IFIC or _______T Meat/Alt _________ 4 oz IFIF / Br Milk / Juice 1 Bread or Crackers Total#of Reimbursable Meals: 15 Infant Production Record - 8 Months through 11 Months Month/Year July 20XX Classroom/Site _________Busy Bears______________________ The minimum quantity of food must be available for the infant in order to qualify for reimbursement, but may be served during a span of time consistent with the infant’s eating habits Circle and/or record specific food items served and amounts offered. * Item provided by parent 1 2 2

16 Date`First & Last Name of Child AgeBreakfast 1.Iron-Fortified Infant Formula (IFIF) or Breast Milk 6-8 oz 2. Iron Fortified Infant Cereal (IFIC) 2-4 Tbsp 3/ Fruit and/or Vegetable 1-4 T Lunch/Supper 1.Iron-Fortified Infant Formula (IFIF) or Breast Milk 6-8 oz 2.Fruit and/or Vegetable 1-4 Tbsp 3.Iron Fortified Infant Cereal 2-4 Tbsp; and/or Meat, fish, poultry, egg yolk, or cooked dry beans/peas 1-4 T; or cheese ½ -2 oz; or cottage cheese, cheese food, or cheese spread 1-4 oz Snack 1.IFIF or Breast Milk or full strength fruit juice 2-4 oz 2.Crusty bread 0-1/2 sl or whole- grain/enriched crackers 0-2 crackers (when developmentally ready) 7/5Tony Emmitt11 mos 8 oz IFIF / Breast Milk Tbsp IFIC 4 T Fruit or Veg_ Applesauce 8 oz IFIF / Breast Milk 4 T Fruit or Veg sweet potatoes and/ Tbsp IFIC or ____4__T Meat/Alt Meatloaf 4 oz IFIF / Br Milk / Juice 2 Bread or Crackers 7/6Tony11 mos 8 oz IFIF / Breast Milk 4 Tbsp IFIC Cheerios 4 T Fruit or Veg applesauce 8 oz IFIF / Breast Milk 4 T Fruit or Veg beans and/ Tbsp IFIC or __ ____4_T Meat/Alt Spaghetti 4 oz IFIF / Br Milk / Juice 1 Bread or Crackers Total#of Reimbursable Meals: 16 Infant Production Record - 8 Months through 11 Months Month/Year July 20XX Classroom/Site _________Busy Bears______________________ The minimum quantity of food must be available for the infant in order to qualify for reimbursement, but may be served during a span of time consistent with the infant’s eating habits Circle and/or record specific food items served and amounts offered. * Item provided by parent 0 22

17  Cross off any non-reimbursable meals and only claim reimbursable meals.  Total infant meal counts for the month and add into regular meal counts – preferably on bottom of the Meal Count Form. 17

18 Scenario 1:  9 month old infant ◦ The parent/guardian provides breastmilk or iron fortified infant formula (IFIF) and the center provides at least one other component at breakfast, lunch, or supper. ◦ Is this a claimable meal? YES 18

19 Scenario 2:  8 month old infant ◦ The parent/guardian provides breastmilk/IFIF and all solid components. ◦ Is this a claimable meal? NO 19

20 Scenario 3:  6 month old infant eating solid foods ◦ The mother breastfeeds the child at the center for breakfast and the child care center also feeds the infant solid food supplied by the center. ◦ Is this a claimable meal? YES 20

21 Scenario 4:  2 month old infant ◦ Mother came to the center to breastfeed her infant. ◦ Is this a claimable meal? NO 21

22 Scenario 5:  11 month old infant ◦ At breakfast, infant is not eating iron- fortified infant cereal per parents request ◦ Infant receives center-purchased formula, fruit and another grain/bread item (pancakes, adult cereal, toast, etc.) ◦ Is this meal claimable? NO 22


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