As the holiday approaches your children may be introduced to some new foods. They probably won’t eat them either! But there are a few things you can do to make it a little easier on you and everyone at the dinner table as you use these tips to teach your child, “Try it, You may like it!”
It doesn’t matter if they are a toddler or teen, getting children to try new foods can be difficult. Here are few tips to make “try it — you will like it” a lot more fun than it was in “Green Eggs and Ham”!
Don’t baby them with baby food. Your child will probably show a distinct preference for certain flavors or tastes from a very young age. Instead of “babying” them with the things you know they love, be sure to introduce new flavors and combinations.
Drop the drinks. Cut back on the milks and juices, even if they are the ones that includes vegetables in them, during the day and in between meals. Not only is it bad for their teeth, but it also fills their stomach, often leaving them with no desire to eat the food in front of them.
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