Picky Eater Progression Guides

$19.00

Break away from the habit of the same few foods over and over again. Find out the secret to easily incorporate new foods every day, AND get them to do more than just look at the food!

About this Product:

If you’re ready to get your child eating new foods (& healthy foods!) but aren’t ready for the full One Meal Challenge program, use the Picky Eater Progression Guides to get the step-by-step formula to take your child from not wanting to be near a new food, to actually eating the food!

Picky eaters need to move through the process of looking at the food, to touching, to smelling, to tasting. Sometimes they can speed right through from looking to tasting; other times they have to take several steps along the way to get there.

With these Progression Guides, you’ll get the simple activities to do with each food, for each step of the process on the way to eating the food!

There’s a worksheet to help you keep track of all your progress so you can see how far your little one has come.

The foods included in the guides:

  • green beans (or asparagus)
  • broccoli
  • beans
  • chicken
  • lettuce
  • avocado
  • cauliflower
  • sweet potato
  • bell pepper
  • eggs

Are any of these foods that your little won’t eat??

If you would LOVE for them to start eating these foods, start with the Picky Eater Progression Guides now!

And if you feel like you’ve been good about exposing them to different foods but they’re not making the leap to trying, this is definitely the next step to take!

What's Included

Easy to follow and quick to implement food play and activities to get kids to try new foods!

Foods included:

  • green beans / asparagus
  • broccoli
  • beans
  • chicken
  • lettuce
  • avocado
  • cauliflower
  • sweet potato
  • bell pepper
  • eggs

Plus, you’ll get the overview of how it works so you can apply it to other foods, too!

FAQs

Who is the Picky Eater Progression Guide for?

If any of these sound like you:

  • you expose your child to new foods regularly, but they never actually eat it
  • you feel like your picky eater never branches out on their own
  • you’re not ready to commit to a full picky eating program, but you want to be doing SOMETHING to move in the right direction
  • you want to know what else to do besides offering a variety of foods
  • you’re tired of not seeing progress with your picky eater

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