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How to Make Your Preschool Child to Eat Meals Properly

BY: Deena David | Category: Relationships | Submitted: 2010-04-15 13:31:11
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Article Summary: "Making your kids eat can be a major task. This is especially true with preschool kids. Here are a few methods that you can use to make them eat..."


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Preschool children or children in that age group may create a lot of fuss while they eat. As a parent, you must have seen that your child ever did like some of the foods, but may have liked some other foods. So what are the methods of making your child to like the foods and eat them too? There are certain simple methods that you can use and they are all listed in this article here.

1. Let the child eat when calm:


The first and the most important aspect that you should remember when you teach your child to eat is to keep the child to be calm. If the child is calm, then the child will eat peacefully as much as he can, but if the child is not calm, then the child will get irritated and may not eat properly.

2. Try new foods as children love them:

If your child is not able to eat the food that you are preparing, then you should make sure that you provide different foods that have new taste. As a child can get bored with the similar kind of food, the child should be given various foods. These foods should have different tastes, textures, consistency and colors. This will make the food really attractive to the child and will make the child to eat more than he normally eats. This is another important method of making the child to eat without fussing.

3. Try to combine favorite food with other food:

If you are really trying got make the child to learn to eat, then the best thing that you can try to do is to make the child combine the food that the child likes with the food that the child needs to eat. This will make the child to eat the food without any problem.

4. No TV while eating:

As a parent, you should also have certain restrictions as far as the eating habits of the child are concerned. You should make sure that the child should not watch television while eating the food. The reason for curbing the habit of eating as well as watching TV is that the child may not know what is being eaten and the child may also not know how much he is eating which may lead to obesity. Controlling this habit in an early age will make sure that the child grows up healthier.

5. Foods that can be easily eaten are better:

The most important factor that all mother should remember when the child is being taught how to eat is that when the food is easier to eat, then the child will eat better and will also learn to eat the food quicker. You should give foods that are easily chewed to the child and the child will like the food better. As the food gets tougher to eat, the child loses interest in eating after a few minutes.

These are the methods of making sure that the child learns to eat.

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