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breakfast
a) SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN'S _____________SHOULD SUPPLY ¼ OF DAY’S TOTAL NUTRIENTS
b) LIKE FOODS THAT ARE MILD-FLAVORED, SOFT, AND LUKEWARM. FINGER FOODS, BRIGHT COLORS, AND SMALL PORTIO
c) ______________ _________ CHILDREN'S DIET DEPENDS ON GROWTH RATE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY.
d) the relationship between the number of calories a food has and the amount and types of nutrients it

nutrient density
a) SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN'S _____________SHOULD SUPPLY ¼ OF DAY’S TOTAL NUTRIENTS
b) LIKE FOODS THAT ARE MILD-FLAVORED, SOFT, AND LUKEWARM. FINGER FOODS, BRIGHT COLORS, AND SMALL PORTIO
c) ______________ _________ CHILDREN'S DIET DEPENDS ON GROWTH RATE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY.
d) the relationship between the number of calories a food has and the amount and types of nutrients it

preschoolers diet
a) SHOULD CONTAIN MORE SMALL MEALS RATHER THAN A FEW LARGE MEALS
b) ______________ _________ CHILDREN'S DIET DEPENDS ON GROWTH RATE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY.
c) PRESCHOOLER PARENTS SHOULD ENCOURAGE CHILD TO TRY NEW FOODS, BUT NOT USE FOOD AS PUNISHMENT OR _____
d) LIKE FOODS THAT ARE MILD-FLAVORED, SOFT, AND LUKEWARM. FINGER FOODS, BRIGHT COLORS, AND SMALL PORTIO

school age
a) SHOULD CONTAIN MORE SMALL MEALS RATHER THAN A FEW LARGE MEALS
b) ______________ _________ CHILDREN'S DIET DEPENDS ON GROWTH RATE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY.
c) PRESCHOOLER PARENTS SHOULD ENCOURAGE CHILD TO TRY NEW FOODS, BUT NOT USE FOOD AS PUNISHMENT OR _____
d) LIKE FOODS THAT ARE MILD-FLAVORED, SOFT, AND LUKEWARM. FINGER FOODS, BRIGHT COLORS, AND SMALL PORTIO

reward
a) SHOULD CONTAIN MORE SMALL MEALS RATHER THAN A FEW LARGE MEALS
b) ______________ _________ CHILDREN'S DIET DEPENDS ON GROWTH RATE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY.
c) PRESCHOOLER PARENTS SHOULD ENCOURAGE CHILD TO TRY NEW FOODS, BUT NOT USE FOOD AS PUNISHMENT OR _____
d) LIKE FOODS THAT ARE MILD-FLAVORED, SOFT, AND LUKEWARM. FINGER FOODS, BRIGHT COLORS, AND SMALL PORTIO

preschoolers
a) SHOULD CONTAIN MORE SMALL MEALS RATHER THAN A FEW LARGE MEALS
b) ______________ _________ CHILDREN'S DIET DEPENDS ON GROWTH RATE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY.
c) PRESCHOOLER PARENTS SHOULD ENCOURAGE CHILD TO TRY NEW FOODS, BUT NOT USE FOOD AS PUNISHMENT OR _____
d) LIKE FOODS THAT ARE MILD-FLAVORED, SOFT, AND LUKEWARM. FINGER FOODS, BRIGHT COLORS, AND SMALL PORTIO

juice
a) NOT GOOD FOR BABIES UNDER 1 YEAR
b) NOT GOOD BECAUSE INFANTS NEED FAT
c) ADDED GRADUALLY, STARTING AT 4-6 MONTHS OLD, USUALLY SINGLE-GRAIN IRON-FORTIFIED CEREAL, USUALLY RIC
d) NO __________ TO INFANTS 6 MONTHS OR YOUNGER. SHOULD BE 100% __________ AND LIMITED TO 6 OZ / DAY.

solid foods
a) NOT GOOD FOR BABIES UNDER 1 YEAR
b) NOT GOOD BECAUSE INFANTS NEED FAT
c) NO __________ TO INFANTS 6 MONTHS OR YOUNGER. SHOULD BE 100% __________ AND LIMITED TO 6 OZ / DAY.
d) ADDED GRADUALLY, STARTING AT 4-6 MONTHS OLD, USUALLY SINGLE-GRAIN IRON-FORTIFIED CEREAL, USUALLY RIC

cow's milk
a) NOT GOOD FOR BABIES UNDER 1 YEAR
b) NOT GOOD BECAUSE INFANTS NEED FAT
c) NO __________ TO INFANTS 6 MONTHS OR YOUNGER. SHOULD BE 100% __________ AND LIMITED TO 6 OZ / DAY.
d) ADDED GRADUALLY, STARTING AT 4-6 MONTHS OLD, USUALLY SINGLE-GRAIN IRON-FORTIFIED CEREAL, USUALLY RIC

low-fat milk
a) NOT GOOD FOR BABIES UNDER 1 YEAR
b) NOT GOOD BECAUSE INFANTS NEED FAT
c) NO __________ TO INFANTS 6 MONTHS OR YOUNGER. SHOULD BE 100% __________ AND LIMITED TO 6 OZ / DAY.
d) ADDED GRADUALLY, STARTING AT 4-6 MONTHS OLD, USUALLY SINGLE-GRAIN IRON-FORTIFIED CEREAL, USUALLY RIC

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