Keep toddlers and preschoolers healthy with age-specific information about nutrition and health.
Find quick and easy recipes kids and other family members will enjoy. Videos, rollover widgets, and fact sheets provide ideas on ways to get your kids to try new foods, eat whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and low-fat milk and yogurt.
Make every bite count when feeding your toddler. Use these tips for serving healthy foods.
Enable the MyPlate Alexa Skill on your Alexa device or app to receive healthy eating tips for feeding babies and toddlers.
Help your child grow up healthy with these tips for nutrition, picky eating, and serving food safely.
Help your toddler explore new flavors and textures with healthy foods and beverages.
These colorful and engaging newsletters for parents of young children can be shared by Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) providers to communicate information about popular nutrition topics. This resource contains content in both Spanish and English. Select the Spanish links to view information in Spanish.
Find tips on how to prepare foods to reduce the risk of choking in young children.
Test your knowledge about toddler nutrition using this interactive, 10-question quiz.
View tips for building healthy eating habits in infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. This fact sheet is available in 13 languages.
Wondering how your kids can help in the kitchen? Here are ideas for younger and older children!
Find age-specific information for feeding toddlers.
Learn what you can do to help toddlers enjoy healthy eating.
Find suggestions on how to handle food concerns and teach your toddler to eat healthy.
Learn how to make family mealtime with preschoolers an enjoyable experience.
This article offers some tips and advice on how to cope with young, opinionated eaters.
Invite your toddler to help you with these cooking tasks.
Help your child explore food using their 5 senses.
Find tips on how young kids can get involved in family meals.
Get ideas for adding new foods to your child's plate.
Learn how to help your preschooler explore new foods.
Teach your child how to recognize when they are hungry and full.