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Great article! Field Trip

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Great article! Field Trip Factory has a heavy focus on nutrition education and we work with grocery retailers across the country to deliver nutrition education field trips in their stores. The field trips are free and very interactive. They would be a great way to make these apps really come to life! Field Trips can be scheduled at www.fieldtripfactory.com or by calling 800-987-6409.

Great post - I'd also point

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Great post - I'd also point out that the Fred Rogers Center has a free app for iPhone and iPod Touch for preschoolers called Go NiNi that helps children distinguish between Go, Slow, and Whoa foods. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/go-nini/id606945735?mt=8

The latest issue of Timbuktu

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The latest issue of Timbuktu Magazine, the iPad magazine for kids, is The Fried Issue: it teaches kids through games, stories and jokes how to avoid fried and fatty foods, and how to choose healthy foods! You may want to take a look itunes.apple.com/us/app/timbuktu/id428469245?mt=8

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Following the Healthy Choice

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Following the Healthy Choice topic--My Fitness Pal personalizes diets, choices and exercises. It forecasts weight changes based on the day's choices. It also sends a reminder to drink more water.

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