Written by Joyce Reich, SNAP-Ed Extension Associate “Lions and tigers and bears…oh my!” Halloween is a time of scary fun and sweet treats. While we are not exactly sure when or where the tradition of dressing in costumes and knocking door-to-door for treats began, it has been an American custom for years. Traditionally, Halloween trick… Continue reading Healthy Trick or Treating
Written by Brenda Sale, SNAP-Ed Extension Associate Now that kids are out of school for the summer, you no longer have to wonder if your parenting skills are adequate for 4th grade math! Maybe that’s only me… You also no longer have to trudge through 7th grade essays trying to correct spelling and punctuation. It… Continue reading School’s Out – How do I feed the kids?
Written by Natalie Sehi, MS, RD, Associate Extension Educator Many would think that a busy mom of four, who happens to be a Registered Dietitian, would have it figured out when it comes to getting her kids to eat healthy and help in the kitchen. There are some days when it is smooth sailing, other… Continue reading Meal Planning and Preparation with Kids – Is it Done Yet?