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Nutrition education resources

Providing nutrition education to WIC participants

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Material available from the 2018 Statewide Meeting:


Online participant nutrition education


Online nutrition education sites

Staff resources

Customizable participant instruction sheets

  • Option 1, more detailed, best for black and white printing:
       English (Word) | Spanish (Word)
     
  • Option 2, fewer details, best for color printing:
       English (Word) | Spanish (Word)

Class materials


Family mealtime

For curriculum, see our Family Mealtime page

Screen time awareness: you have the power

Outline Participant centered group outline (PDF)
Activity You Have the Power activity sheet (PDF)

Handout

Five steps to guide your child's activity time (PDF)


Infant Cues

Outline

Clues to Baby Cues: Understanding Baby Behavior (PDF)

Powerpoint Clues to Cues (Powerpoint, adapt for your agency)
Handouts

Healthy Sleep for You and Your Baby (57-711):
   English (PDF) | Spanish (PDF)

Understanding Your Baby's Cues (57-712):
   English (PDF) | Spanish (PDF)

Why Do Babies Cry (57-713):
   English (PDF) | Spanish (PDF)


Farm Direct Nutrition Program

Outline

Shopping with WIC at Farmers' Markets and Farm Stands (PDF) Revised 2018

Self-paced lesson

Shopping with WIC at Farmers' Markets and Farm Stands:
   English (PDF) | Spanish (PDF)

Handouts

Farm Direct Nutrition Program brochure:
   English (PDF) | Spanish (PDF)

To order, please visit our Shopify store at http://oregon-wic.myshopify.com

You will also need:


Issuing FDNP Checks at a farmers market?

When issuing checks offsite, you will need to post the new Offsite Program Notification (PDF)

Offsite Program Notification thumb.jpg

This required posting includes notification of program availability and a nondiscrimination statement. More information about how to customize and print this notification is coming soon. (This is not required if issuing FDNP checks at the clinic).

2019 Fruit and Vegetable
Nutrition Education

'I  Vegetables' Book

Cover of Farmers' Market cookbook 

I  Vegetables book can help participants choose, cook, eat, and enjoy more vegetables. This 60-page book highlights:

  • The importance of eating vegetables
  • Shopping tips
  • Food safety
  • In-depth vegetable guide for 32 vegetables
  • 28 recipes (with photos)
  • Step-by-step guide to steaming and roasting vegetables

We encourage you to distribute the 'I  Vegetables' books with the Farm Direct Checks to promote fresh vegetables and encourage check redemption. We ordered enough books for most FDNP families to receive one copy. Books will arrive at your agency before May 1.



Other resources

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