Explore Food Membership
You want to help your child try new foods and you know that exposure is key, but you just can’t seem to get organized to make it happen!
You’ve got ideas saved all over and no plan to actually make them happen.
Saved instagram posts about food play! Screenshots of website ideas for sensory activities!
A whole pinterest board of recipes!
And what do you have to show for it? An occasional muffin baked and a picky eater.
After working with many parents, I’ve learned that they all have amazing intentions to help their picky eater, but taking action is HARD! There’s work, school, activities, therapies, sibling needs, and YOUR needs! Exploring food as a means to expand their acceptance seems impossible to fit in, although many parents know the benefits!
The Explore Food Membership eliminates the time commitment needed to find strategies and plan how to implement them. It allows you to jump in and START so you can see your child get comfortable around new foods and work toward taking tastes.
The Explore Food Membership:
- Saves you time and effort
- Gives you mental space for other activities
- Facilitates advancement in food acceptance
- Uses proven methods that work
With monthly access to the membership site, you get ongoing ideas and information to help your child explore new foods. With many foods to choose from and an ever growing library, there is something for everyone. Everything is categorized for simple navigation, making selecting activities to implement fast and easy!
In the Explore Food Membership, you’ll get:
- Clear instructions
- Supply lists
- Help with language to engage your child
- Suggestions for next step activities
- Planning tools to help you take action
It’s time to stop wishing and hoping that your child would try new foods and actually implement a systematic plan to help them make progress.
Cancel any time; no questions asked
Each month has a food theme with new materials releasing weekly. You can opt to follow along with the food each month or use any materials from past months. To help you find time for activities and facilitate ACTION, you’ll also get access to strategy lessons. These lessons support you in finding time to fit in activities and make a plan to ensure you follow through. We’ll work to address any barrier you face, so you can feel great about what you accomplish week to week with your child!
The membership will help you work through:
- Finding time
- Making a plan
- Mindset shifts
- Overcoming barriers
The best part is, all activities are arranged in an order that promotes a gradual introduction, making progress more likely.
For brand new foods, you can start at the very beginning. If your child is already somewhat familiar with the food, you can jump in at the middle, so you aren’t wasting your time with unnecessary activities and you can get results faster. Food engagement can be fun, but the reality is that while having fun, you want the activities to be helping your child make progress! The Explore Food Membership sets you up for EXPANSION!
Food exploration activities can include:
- Printable worksheets
- Sensory activities
- Math and reading activities
- Food play
- Mealtime Interactions
- Food chains
- Recommended books
- Test your knowledge quizzes
- Links to supplemental external videos
Current foods available:
Upcoming Foods in 2021:
- March – Asparagus
- April – Broccoli
- May – Lettuce
- June – Peas
- July – Zucchini
- August – Tomatoes
- September – Potatoes
- October – Butternut Squash
- November – Spinach
- December – Ginger
Cancel any time; no questions asked
Frequently Asked Questions
What age are the explore food activities appropriate for?
The Explore Food activities are great for ages 2-8 years old. There are a variety of activities, so you can select ones that are age appropriate and more importantly, of interest to your child. Many activities can also be scaled up or down depending on your child’s age and abilities.
Do I have to complete all the activities for a food to see the benefit?
No! Any single interaction is beneficial in helping your child warm up to a new food. Each exposure contributes to success in the long term.