Fussy eaters, school-starter apps and why kids should do chores

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Wed 30 March 2016

30 mins

Do you yearn for a stress-free mealtime with your picky eater? One Handed Cooks’ Jess Beaton shares tips and tasty recipes for dealing with food refusers. Pumpkin risotto balls and Chew-Me Oat fruit bars will tempt even the most finicky little foodie.

Psychologist Stuart Passmore, author of Parenting for a Happier Home, chats about the benefits of getting your children doing the chores. Plus, Macquarie University’s early childhood expert Kate Highfield picks fun educational apps to help kids through the first year of school. 

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