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Healthy Snacks for School
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Providing healthy snacks for children helps them grow and develop and supports life-long good eating habits. ��Serving nutritious snacks as part of a healthy diet can help prevent disabling diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, and obesity. ��Just as important as serving healthy food items, is serving the right portion. �Make sure a snack is a snack�small and satisfying. Please avoid sending foods of poor nutritional quality such as cookies, cakes, pastries, candies, fruit roll-ups, ice cream, chips, sodas, and other sweetened drinks.

Following are just a few ideas of healthy snacks and drinks for you to bring to school when it�s your turn to provide refreshments for the classroom, parties, birthday treats, and other school activities. �If you have questions or other snack ideas, please contact your child�s teacher. ���

  • Fresh Fruit
  • String Cheese
  • Fresh Vegetables
  • Graham Crackers (2)
  • Fruit Juice Bars (w/real fruit)
  • Vanilla Wafers (5)
  • Dried Fruit (low sugar)
  • Whole Grain Crackers
  • Light Yogurt
  • Pretzels
  • Light Popcorn
  • Unsweetened Fruit Cups
  • Celery with Peanut Butter
  • Whole Grain, Low Sugar Dry Cereals
  • Low Fat Cheese
  • Whole Grain, Low Sugar Granola Bars
  • Low-Fat Cottage Cheese Cups
  • Mini Bagels with Fruit Spread
  • Trail Mix (low salt, no candy)
  • Flavored Rice Mini Cakes
  • Finger Sandwiches
  • Turkey and Cheese Rolls
  • 100% Fruit Juice (6 ounces)
  • 100% Vegetable Juice (6 ounces)
  • Bottled Water
  • Low Fat/Fat Free Milk

Let your child help you prepare these nutritious options and experiment with their creativity. �For example, how about �Fresh Fruit Kabobs�, String Cheese Stuffed Celery�, �Cookie Cutter Sandwiches�, or �Cheese Cubes on a Pretzel Stick�? �Show your child that healthy snacks can be fun and tasty.

Before sending any food to school, please check with your child�s teacher(s) to make sure there are not classmates with food allergies.

Mrs. Brenner's CCE library webpage


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