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Kids & Family E-book

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Just in time for summer!

Our interns created a free e-book just for kids and family. It has information about feeding kids a healthy (plant-strong) diet, games and activities for kids and recipes that the whole family will love.

To download the e-book, visit our resources section and download the “Kids and Family Free E-book”. 

We also have some fun activities for kids with our Plant-Strong Kids program.  Download week one here:

Week 1

You can download and print the pdf file and follow along this summer during this 8 week series.

 

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