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Fit Kidz Learning Centre

Melinda, the Director of Fit Kidz Learning Centre Vineyard, explains how Munch & Move has been incorporated into the daily routines of their service.  Since the implementation of the program the service has seen an increase in requests for fruit and vegetables from the children. Families have also reported that their children have become more willing to try new foods at home.

Tina, an educator in the preschool room, discusses their ‘Garden Club’ initiative. This club explores healthy eating messages through fun fruit and vegetable based activities such as seed planting, weekly garden harvests, collecting chicken eggs, cooking experiences and food related art and craft.

Fit Kidz - Munch & Move

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