Food ideas for kids with sensory learning issues
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We’re having a great time with Fox 13’s The Place talking about great nutritional options to help sensory learning for kids with new foods, food textures and great meal-time experiences for the whole family. Kids with sensory issues struggle with all types of textures, especially when it comes to food. For us, eating can be a wonderful experience, but for children who struggle with the skin on apples, the stems on broccoli or even the heat of a casserole coming out of the oven, eating can be a frustrating and even painful experience.
For sensory learning ideas on how to prevent meltdowns during mealtime or even ideas to help your child cope with certain textures of food, readMeal-time Tricks to Avoid Sensory Meltdowns.
Fox 13’s The Place
So how do we make fun kids food that will also help them overcome some of their struggles with textures? Today, we’re going to be showing you some fun and creative ways to incorporate different foods into your child’s meals along with healthy fruits and veggies that calm their behavior and improve their attention and focus. For recipes and ideas, check out our Fun Kid Food to Help Sensory Children with Textures and Nutrition.
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