child is having a hard time in eating.
is very slow, he can eat but really when interrupted or caught his
attention of something, he stop and somewhat entering in to another
does extra things which make him forgetting what he really does, eating.
a wide variety of nutritious foods at regular two- to three-hour intervals
(usually three meals and two or three snacks each day).
the child to be responsible for deciding how much of each food to
eat and the order in which to eat them; the child may decide not to
you serve a new food to a child, make sure it's accompanied by familiar
foods. Encouraging or forcing children to eat more than they want
reduces their ability to know when they are full,
fruit and vegetable finger foods rather than a mixed dish.
food attractively on small plates.
bribes, gimmicks, and games to get a child to eat. As soon as a child
is finished eating, respect his wishes to stop.
children finish quickly or eat little or nothing, have them stay at
the table for a few minutes and talk pleasantly about the day's activities
and tomorrow's plans.