There’s nothing more rad than eating healthy! Celebrate a day of healthy habits on March 31 by learning about all the ways to keep your little one’s nutrition top of mind.
Free Online Activity Schedule:
- 10:00 a.m. - Eating the Rainbow with Jimbo’s! [LIVE VIDEO]
Discover the healthy benefits of eating a colorful diet and put together your own fruit skewers for a tasty treat. Pick up a free, specially curated snack kit at Jimbo’s to follow along at home – see below for more information on kits!
- 12:30 p.m. - Storytime with Ms. Whitney [LIVE VIDEO]
Tune in on the Museum's Facebook page for a special storytime reading of Gregory the Terrible Eater by Mitchell Sharmat!
- 2:00 p.m. – Parenting on the Go: Episode 4 - How to Help Kids Form a Healthy Relationship with Food [PRE-RECORDED VIDEO]
Join pediatric dietician, Rachel Rothman, and Museum Director of Education, Whitney Raser for a special episode of our parenting workshop series for practical tips to help conquer common mealtime struggles. From picky eaters to sneaky snackers, Rachel has an abundance of knowledge and experience in helping parents create happier, stress-free meals and getting kids to eat new foods without pressure or bribes.
This virtual event will be hosted on the Museum’s Facebook page. On the day of the event, check our page for the listed activities and give us a follow to be notified when we go live.
*Special Bonus: Free Snack Kits*
A day of healthy habits wouldn’t be complete without everything you need to make healthy treats! On Monday March 29, you can stop by the Jimbo’s locations in Escondido or Carmel Valley to pick up a free curated snack kit filled with all the ingredients you’ll need to make fruit skewers with us on March 31 at 10:00 a.m. on Facebook Live. *
*Kits are limited and will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis. Advance ordering required.
Special thank you to our community partners:
Rachel is a pediatric dietitian whose mission is to help parents conquer mealtime stress. Her practical and evidence-based approach helps families create happier, stress-free meals and gets kids eating new foods without pressuring, bribing or forcing. Rachel’s experience in academic, industry, clinical and classroom environments informs her unique combination of teaching and coaching.