An independent child: how a schoolboy to gather his lunch at school and forget nothing
How quick and easy to assemble, so much so that your child has to taste everything? We have the answer - let the child pick lunch to school himself.
- A question that never leaves the mothers of schoolchildren for a day, as soon as the school year began. The task is complicated by the fact that the child once again wants to eat what his parents have packed into the lunchbox.
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In the end, schoolchildren are quite independent guys, who are up to the task. And so that the child did not miss anything, we offer to print him a special sign. So the child not only learns independence and saves you from one of the warts, but also gets acquainted with the basics of healthy nutrition.
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Using such a table that taking with you to lunch at school is extremely simple.The child packs the food into the lunchbox and ticks what exactly he took to not miss anything.
What should be in the lunchbox at the student?
What products should give students with them. There are a few rules.
- Products should not quickly deteriorate, they must remain fresh throughout the day.
- Fruits and vegetables should be washed.
- Products must retain their shape, not flow and break.
- The baby should be comfortable eating his lunch.
- Lunch should be balanced and nutritious.
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In order for a schoolboy's lunch and snacks in his lunchbags to benefit the child, rather than cause gastritis, it is necessary to follow the principles of a balanced and varied diet.
In the lunchbox, there must necessarily be vegetables and fruits. In fruits and vegetables there are not only vitamins and trace elements that are so important for the health and development of the child, but also fiber, which is important for healthy digestion.
By the way, do you know how many fruits and vegetables a child should eat every day? If not, write down:
- at the age of 6-10 years - 300 g of fruits and 400 g of vegetables;
- at the age of 10-13 years, 300 g of fruits and 450 g of vegetables;
- a child over 13 years old should eat 300 g of fruit and 470 g of vegetables a day.
Dairy products are important proteins and the fact that they contain calcium, which is necessary for the formation of bones in a child. Meat - essential amino acids.