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Parent Tips
  • Remind your kids that not only is healthy eating and activity good for them - but it helps them do the everyday things they love to do... and do them better!
  • According to the 2005 U.S. Dietary Guidelines, "occasional foods" should not play a large role in your child's healthy diet.
  • Get moving with your family! Try setting up your own real-life Backyard Olympics at home.
  • Promote children's good kitchen safety habits with this fun kitchen safety patrol badge!
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Stay Safe in the Kitchen!
  • Your family can keep food safe with these Four Simple Steps:
  • - Clean
  • - Separate
  • - Cook
  • - Chill
  • Keep sharp knives away from younger children.
  • Keep hot pots on back burners.
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