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Our delicious new blog speaks to the possibilities of what parents and children can discover in the kitchen: new foods, fun, creativity and learning.
PBS and Produce for Kids have joined forces to help families
make smart food choices.
Direct a dino to dine on leafy greens in this game about herbivores. Then discuss why
eating veggies is healthy for humans too.
Make mac and cheese into a flower creation with this dinner idea from Teletubbies - see kids excited to eat.
Get the recipe.
Food has benefits beyond nutrition. Turn grocery shopping, cooking, and eating into teachable moments for kids.
Start at the supermarket!
Even for a child who has developed picky eating habits, it is never too late to introduce new (and healthier!) foods.
Find out how.
Dish out kid-appropriate portions at mealtime with this serving size guide from Ready for Life.
See how your servings measure up.
Make food fun! Call dinner the "dish du jour," or place a funky fork next to your child's plate.
Make kids happy to eat healthy.
It's easy to overspend at the supermarket, especially with eager kids in tow. Sticking to a list helps.
Get other thrifty tips for food shopping.
Find healthy recipes from your favorite PBS KIDS programs.
Pick a program
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Fizzy's Lunch Lab
Mama Mirabelle's Home Movies
Maya and Miguel
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Postcards from Buster
Sid the Science Kid
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