By Gever Tulley
ISBN note: No ISBN. ASIN B004K1F3K2
If you're over 30, you possibly walked to college, performed at the monkeybars, discovered to high-dive on the public pool. If you're more youthful, it's not going you probably did any of this stuff. Has the area turn into that rather more harmful? Statistically, on no account. yet our society has created pervasive fears round letting young children be self sufficient and take dangers -- and the implications for our youngsters are severe. Gever Tulley takes on those media-inflated fears -- which he calls "dangerism" -- with astonishing facts and insights into the character of worry and risk.
About the author:
Gever Tulley is the co-founder of the Tinkering tuition, a weeklong camp the place fortunate children get to play with their own energy instruments
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2 Skinner, Carruth, Bounds and Ziegler: Children’s Food Preferences: A Longitudinal Analysis, (2002). 54 DWDE Final text:Layout 1 24/4/09 16:18 Page 55 3 Your input: The importance of setting a good example What this chapter covers: ● Attitudes to eating are laid down early in life ● Why you need to eat your greens too ● Why we should eat our meals at the table ● Enjoying the same meal, together ● How to make your children ‘foodies’ ● Get the balance right 55 DWDE Final text:Layout 1 24/4/09 16:18 Page 56 Dealing with Difficult Eaters Attitudes to eating are laid down early in life If we want our kids to have good eating habits and a healthy attitude towards food, then of course, it’s largely down to us to pass those things on.
Also consider the less obvious alternative sources of calcium: ● Tofu (a 60g portion contains 306mg of calcium) 27 DWDE Final text:Layout 1 24/4/09 16:18 Page 28 Dealing with Difficult Eaters ● Dried fruits such as figs (4 figs = 125mg of calcium) ● White bread (one slice has 64mg of calcium) ● Nuts and seeds (six almonds contain 31mg of calcium, while 2tbsp of sesame seeds has 130mg) ● Leafy green veg like broccoli (2 medium florets = 30mg) ● Oranges (75mg of calcium per medium orange) ● Pulses such as baked beans (100mg per 200g can) ● Canned sardines (about 250mg per serving) Understanding nutritional information labels There’s a huge variation in nutritional value among what’s available in the shops, and it makes sense to be ‘label aware’ so that you can tell at a glance what’s in what, and make the healthiest choices – particularly as the information on labels can be highly confusing.
50 DWDE Final text:Layout 1 24/4/09 16:18 Page 51 Starting early: Why healthy eating begins when they’re babies They won’t miss what they haven’t tried Babies who haven’t hit their first (or even second) birthday really don’t need anything in the way of edible treats – they won’t miss what they don’t know! Although there’s a huge amount of joy to be gained from seeing the look on their face when their first ever chocolate button explodes on their tongue, aim to push this inevitable milestone back as long as you reasonably can.
Beware Dangerism! by Gever Tulley