Day Care In Mesquite by Meadow Oaks Academy

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Published on July 10, 2014

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Day Care In Mesquite: Day Care In Mesquite By Meadow Oaks Academy About us: About us Meadow Oaks Academy has become the leading choice for parents in private education. For over 25 years our school has successfully met parents needs. Our quality accredited curriculum enables each child to thrive and grow through learning, and character development all in a safe nurturing environment. We blend the leading philosophies of teaching young children with the child-initiated approach and the teacher directed approach to foster independence and self-confidence. Health & Nutrition: Health & Nutrition Schools Say No to Sugary Foods By Jennifer Nelson, M.S., R.D. and Katherine Zeratsky, R.D. To boost student performance, some schools have declared themselves “sugar-free” — meaning they don’t allow sugar-laden foods, such as cookies, candies, birthday treats or sweet drinks. Some of these schools report not only improved school performance but also a decrease in disciplinary actions. The evidence supporting these results is mixed, but who can argue with reducing the sugar in kids’ diets ? Well, some parents dislike being told what they can and can’t pack in their children’s lunchboxes. And I’ll admit that I have some mixed feelings on the issue too . PowerPoint Presentation: Nutrition for Children By Norma DeVault , PhD, MBA, RD, LD As a parent, you may be bombarded with confusing information about what and how much kids should eat. Your infant, toddler or teen is in a constant state of growth. His diet must provide enough calories and nutrients to support normal growth and development. Building bones to last a lifetime and steadily increasing blood volume and muscle mass takes energy and specific nutrients. We give nutritious food to every Childs during day care so it is very good for them. The Importance of Nutrition The Importance of Nutrition: Growth What your child eats affects his physical growth. An infant’s birth weight typically triples in the first year. Toddlers between the ages of 1 and 3 years gain about 1/2 lb. and 0.4 inches in height per month, and preschoolers between the ages of 3 and 5 years gain about 4.4 lb. and 2.75 inches per year. During the school years, your child will likely gain about 7 lb. and grow 2.5 inches in height, according to Judith Brown in “Nutrition Through the Life Cycle.” Doctors and dietitians use growth charts as one source of information in evaluating your child’s nutritional status and overall health . The Importance of Nutrition Contact us: ADDRESS : Meadow Oaks Academy 1412 S Beltline Rd Mesquite , TX 75149 HOURS: Mon-Friday : 6:30am to 6:00pm PHONE : 1·972-285-6895 FAX: 1·972-285-7647 EMAIL : [email protected] WEBSITE: http:// meadowoaksacademy.com Contact us

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