Learn to avoid common picky eating pitfalls in your day care and nurture intuitive eaters instead!
Feeding half a dozen kids from different backgrounds, with different preferences, and hefty parental expectations is A LOT! Let alone considering the many implications picky eating has on your day care.
From wasted food, to HANGRY children allowing even one child’s picky eating rule meal times at your day care places extra burden on you and your business.
BUT…… you being here tells me you’re not willing to just sit back and hope things just get better on their own. No, you’re the type of person who’s ready take action to learn how to fix meal times at your day care right now.
Learning the art of feeding picky eaters
It’s not in your best interest to have to make 10 different foods to make sure each and every one of your kids has something to eat. Sending kids back to their parents hungry isn’t the best option either. So what do you do?
You’re stuck between a rock and a hard place.
- The rock being what’s in the best interest for your kids, and ultimately the parents.
- The hard place being what’s best for your day care business and ultimately you.
What if I told you you didn’t have to choose? That you could learn how to help the kids at your day care eat a wider variety of foods without you wasting so much energy and time micromanaging every bite… not to mention money on wasted food!!
Taking back meal times
When one turns up their nose at the food you made, it isn’t long before they all do. Stop feeling helpless, hopeless, and frustrated at meal times. It’s time to take back meal times, and learn how to nurture intuitive eaters.
With my help, you’ll soon learn everything you need to:
- Stop meal time tantrums in their tracks.
- Make one meal for all the kids at the day care to enjoy…. including your picky eaters.
- Using the 3 R’s, set clear and reliable boundaries at meal times so everyone is on the same page.
- Nurture your picky eater into intuitive eaters with confidence and ease.
Stop procrastinating! Picky eating at your day care isn’t just going to go away.
Don’t settle for making separate meals. Picky eaters CAN learn how to enjoy new foods. You just need the right person in your corner to help you learn the new skill of nurturing picky eaters into intuitive eaters.