Tue, Sep 27|
Brain Breakfast for Kids
Are your kids eating sugar, getting irritable, tired and can't focus? Let's talk about what they eat to start their day. Breakfast for kids is vital but it's a lot more than eggs, cereal or pop tarts.
Time & Location
Sep 27, 2022, 11:00 AM PDT
About the Event
Let's take a dive into breakfast foods. Let's peek at what most kids eat and what that does for a growing body, but then let's focus on what they should and need to be eating for brain health. They spend 6-7 hours a day away from home 5 days a week. How they start their day sets the tone for learning, mood, behavior, emotional regulation, social interactions and more.
As a teacher I was able to ask students what they ate when I could see they were having trouble in the classroom. Some children were eager for snack time, others were lethargic and had trouble focusing. At parent conference before we could talk about academics we had to adress nourishment first. It is unfair to ask a child to perform if their brain is starved of the adequate nutrition.
So, let's take a look at some healthy, homemade, time efficient alternatives that are also diverse in food groups and cultural heritages.
Have ideas and questions? Let me know in advance or join the discussion on the live zoom. Can't join live? Sign up and get the link later in the day.
Cost: $7 (this holds you accountable to watch, join or participate and respects my time in providing this service). Often, when things are free we don't value the content or show up. So, I thank you for your comitment to your family's health and for honoring my work.
Note: I understand not all children and families can afford the appropriate foods. This is a much larger conversation and I would love to be more involved in this process as well. However, starting a business I am hoping to establish myself with a smaller audience and find a way to have these larger conversations in person. Thank you for understanding.
- Ticket type
Lunch and Learn: BreakfastPrice$5.00
+$0.13 service fee+$0.13 service fee