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  1. Food Purchasing for Child Care Centers Section 2: Menus (Step 1)

  2. Are You Ready!? What’s on a Penny?

  3. What’s On a Penny? Front side: • “In God We Trust” • “Liberty” • Date • Mint Mark (under date, sometimes) • President Lincoln’s portrait facing left.

  4. What’s On a Penny? Back side: • “United States of America” • “One Cent” • “E Pluribus Unum” • Lincoln Memorial (12 columns) • Lincoln Statue in middle of columns

  5. What’s On a Penny? General: • It is copper colored • The rim around the edge on both sides is raised • The front & back are inverted with respect to each other • The diameter is ¾ inch • The thickness is approximately 1/16 inch • Its weight is approximately 1/6 ounce. • The external rim is smooth on the outside.

  6. Remember Pennies Make Dollars!

  7. Lesson Objectives The learner will be able to • explain why planning menus is the first step in the food purchasing process and • state three resources for planning menus.

  8. Menus (Step 1) First - Plan the menus before buying food.

  9. Never . . . . . . buy food and then try to find a place for it on the menus.

  10. Menu Resources Feeding Infants: A Guide for Use in the Child Nutrition Programs Great resource for planning menus for infants – Birth to 11 months

  11. Menu Resources Building Blocks for Fun and Healthy Meals Useful for planning menus for children -1 year and up

  12. Updated 2005 With CCP’s Menu Resources Child Care Recipes: Food for Health and Fun Oregon – Afternoon session!

  13. To get a copy . . . • contact your State Agency or check these Web sites: • http://www.fns.usda.gov/tn/Resources/feeding_infants.html • http://www.fns.usda.gov/tn/Resources/buildingblocks.html • http://www.fns.usda.gov/tn/Resources/childcare_recipes.html • http://www.nfsmi.org/Information/cc_recipe_index_alpha.htm

  14. Practice Center • Name: Oak Street Child Care Center • Type: small, independent • Location: a community of 10,000 • Days open: Monday–Friday • 52 weeks/year • except certain holidays

  15. Practice Center • Cycle menus • CACFP serving sizes for • infants 4–7 months old • infants 8–11 months old • children 1–2 years old • children 3–5 years old

  16. Oak Street Child Care Center

  17. Pages 8, 9, and 10 Menus Recipes www.nfsmi.org/Information/cc_recipe_index_alpha.htm

  18. Menu for Children: Day 1

  19. Menu for Children: Day 1

  20. Menu for Children: Day 2Menus are from Building Blocks for Fun and Healthy Meals USDA/FNS,2000)

  21. Menu for Children: Day 3

  22. Menu for Children: Day 4

  23. Menu for Children: Day 5

  24. Pages 11, 12, and 13

  25. Menu for Infants: Day 1

  26. Moving on to Section 3 Section 3: Grocery List (Step 2)