Resource | Technical Assistance & Guidance
Summer Food Service Program: Providing Multiple Meals at a Time During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Under nationwide non-congregate feeding and meal time waivers, state agencies may allow school food authorities to provide more than one day’s worth of meals to eligible children via a single meal pick-up or delivery. This publication provides tips, best practices, and sample menus for SFSP operators who wish to distribute multiple meals at one time.

Resource | Recipes
Team Nutrition Recipes

Recipes for your school or Child and Adult Care Food Program.

Resource | Technical Assistance & Guidance
Feeding Kids When Schools Are Closed

This downloadable handout conveys information about the child nutrition program meal service options available during the public health emergency.

Resource | Nutrition Education
Digital Nutrition Resources for Kids

Every kid can have fun with nutrition. Make your way through all the food groups with these fun games and activities.

Resource | Technical Assistance & Guidance
Handwashing and Cleaning Resources

Proper handwashing and cleaning can help prevent illness. Use photographs, signs, mini-posters, activity sheets, and more to spread the word.

Resource | Technical Assistance & Guidance
CACFP Meal Pattern Training Worksheets

Be sure to check out our newest worksheet: Using Ounce Equivalents for Grains in the CACFP!

Resource | Recipes
Multicultural Child Care Recipes

Culturally-inspired standardized recipes for the Child and Adult Care Food Program in 6, 25, and 50 servings.

Resource | Nutrition Education
Grow It, Try It, Like It! Fun with Fruits and Vegetables at Family Child Care

This resource is designed to help Child and Adult Care Food Program operators provide garden-based nutrition education for children ages 3 through 5 years in family child care settings.

Resource | Recipes
Team Nutrition Cooks

Team Nutrition Cooks! is a series of cooking-based nutrition activities for out-of-school and afterschool programs, for children around ages 8 to 12 years old. These activities can spark children’s interest in trying new foods and help empower them with skills for independence. Cooking can also help kids become more interested in making healthy food choices that can help build and support good eating habits throughout their lifetime.

Resource | Newsletters
Nibbles for Health: Nutrition Newsletters for Parents of Young Children

These colorful and engaging newsletters for parents of young children can be shared by Child and Adult Care Food Program providers to communicate information about popular nutrition topics. There are 12 newsletters available in both English and Spanish.