Workbook that provides information for middle and junior high school students about how to go to college and how to pay for education beyond high school.
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The cookbook also provides tips for involving children in meal preparation. The appendix is loaded with information on meal planning, cooking, and nutrition for families and children.
This guide provides parents with the latest research and practical information that can help you support your children both at home and in school.
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This booklet contains activities designed to be fun for both you and your child as well as to help your child gain the skills needed to get ready for school.
The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute developed this cookbook to introduce Latino families to a variety of popular dishes prepared in a heart healthy way.