Parent’s Corner

Nutrition for the Preschool Child

Development of the Preschool Child
The preschooler’s growth is slower than that of an infant. An average child age 2 through 5 will grow about 2 1/2 inches and gain 4 or 5 pounds each year. Because growth rate is slower, appetites may decrease. The preschool period is an excellent time to help your child become familiar with the idea that eating a proper diet is part of a healthy lifestyle.  More…

Ages & Stages – Individual Differences
Developmental milestones give a general idea about what to expect from children of different ages. However, there will always be differences between individual children. More…

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