AN APPLE A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY.
‘AN APPLE A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY’
Tuesday, 8th July 2014
Fruits are a crucial component to any diet, and that also applies to children. While kids, if given the choice, may prefer a chocolate cupcake or sugary soda, regular daily servings of fruits play a key role in their development. Fruits have a number of vital nutrients, vitamins and mineralsthat children need and form part of a healthy, balanced diet.
Teaching kids to eat and enjoy fruits will help ensure they continue doing so into adulthood.It's recommended that children – like adults – eat at least five portions of fruit every day.
To acquaint the tiny-tots with the colors and tastes of different fruits and also inculcate in them the habit of eating fruits a ‘FRUIT PARTY’ was organized at Little Champs, The Jain International school on Tuesday, 8th July 2014. The Little Champs performed different activities and participated with full enthusiasm in the Coloring Competition. The result of The Coloring Competition was as follows:
Class P.G. Yuvraj Singh
Class L.KG. Aadi Katiyar
Class U.KG. Aviral Singh
Children between the ages of 2 and 5 may grow more than 2 inches per year and gain an average of 2 or 2.5 Kgs. For a child to maintain proper growth, as well as a healthy weight, a good diet is essential. Parents can help their children by educating them about healthy eating and setting good examples at home.