This video is from Lesson 2 of the CACFP Trainer’s Tools: Feeding Infants kit. It helps child care providers learn to identify and respond to a baby’s hunger and fullness signs.
This video is from Lesson 3 of the CACFP Trainer’s Tools: Feeding Infants kit It contains suggestions for creating a breastfeeding-friendly environment, best practices parents can follow for labeling and transporting breastmilk to a child care site, and it introduces the Breastfed Babies Welcome Here! A Mother’s Guide as a resource for breastfeeding mothers.
CACFP Trainer’s Tools: Feeding Infants: Handling and Storing Breastmilk and Infant Formula in a Child Care Site
This video is from Lesson 4 of the CACFP Trainer’s Tools: Feeding Infants kit. It describes best practices for handling and storing breastmilk and infant formula at a child care site.
This video is from Lesson 1 of the CACFP Trainer’s Tools: Feeding Infants kit. It describes how CACFP meals and snacks support infant growth and development.
This video is from Lesson 7 of the CACFP Trainer’s Tools: Feeding Infants kit (https://teamnutrition.usda.gov). It helps child care providers know when a baby is developmentally ready for solid foods.
This is a training tool for CACFP operators with infants discussing the infant meal pattern, developmental readiness, hunger and fullness signs, handling breastmilk and infant formula, solid foods, what is creditable, and more.
This webinar shows interactive approaches used by the Maryland State Department of Education and the Texas Department of Agriculture to actively engage participants during in-person CACFP trainings.
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.
The CACFP Halftime: Thirty on Thursdays webinar series is a set of interactive, skills-building webinars that focus on hot topics related to the updated Child and Adult Care Food Program meal patterns. This webinar will focus on how CACFP operators can use a food’s ingredient list to identify whole grain-rich items for their menus, with a focus on how to treat flour blends.