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Helping children develop a positive relationship with food : a practical guide for early years professionals / Jo Cormack.

Jo Cormack, author.

London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2017.

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  • Title:
    Helping children develop a positive relationship with food : a practical guide for early years professionals / Jo Cormack.
  • Author: Jo Cormack, author.
  • Subjects: Children -- Nutrition; Children -- Nutrition -- Psychological aspects;
    Dewey: 613.2083
  • Publication Details: London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2017.
  • Language: English
  • Description: Contents: Acknowledgements. Introduction. Section One: All about a good relationship with food. 1. What is a positive relationship with food and why does it matter? 2. Self-regulation. 3. The division of responsibility model. 4. Exposure and variety. Section Two: Under pressure. 5. What is a controlling feeding style? 6. Why is being controlling unhelpful? 7. Attention and praise. 8. Who knows best? Learning to trust children. Section Three: Food and feelings. 9. Understanding emotional eating. 10. Rewarding and punishing with food. 11. How we talk about food. 12. Reflecting on your own relationship with food. Section Four: Implications for practice - fostering a positive relationship with food. 13. Structure. 14. Content. 15. Serving family style. 16. Staff training. Section Five: Your food ethos. 17. The eating environment. 18. The social side of eating. 19. Modelling. Section Six: Nutrition and healthy eating. 20. Healthy eating and the EYFS framework. 21. Fun not fear - how to teach about nutrition. 22. Your food policy. Section Seven: Working with parents. 23. Being a team. 24. Empowering without blaming. 25. Understanding eating skills. 26. All about drinking. Section Eight: What we can do away from the table. 27. The power of play. 28. Helping children engage with their food. Section Nine: A closer look at picky eating. 29. Picky eating - is there really a problem? 30. What is behind picky eating? 31. Core principles when working with picky eaters. 32. Strategies to help picky eaters. Section Ten: Special cases. 33. ARFID. 34. Allergies and intolerances. 35. ASD. 36. Sensory processing. 37. Oral motor skills. 38. Obesity. Section Eleven: A case study. Nurture Early Learning, New Zealand. Final thoughts. Resource guide. References.
  • Identifier: ISBN 9781784504861 (PDF ebook) : £14.99; ISBN £14.99; BNB GBB7J3321; System number: 018551643
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource.

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