CACFP Week
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National CACFP Sponsors Association Resources
CACFP Week is a national education and information campaign sponsored annually by the National CACFP Sponsors Association. The campaign is designed to raise awareness of how the USDA's Child and Adult Care Food Program works to combat hunger and bring healthy foods to the table for adults in day care and children in child care homes, centers, and in afterschool and summer feeding programs across the country.
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CACFP Week is a national education and information campaign sponsored annually by the National CACFP Sponsors Association. The campaign is designed to raise awareness of how the USDA's Child and Adult Care Food Program works to combat hunger and bring healthy foods to the table for adults in day care and children in child care homes, centers, and in afterschool and summer feeding programs across the country. 



Hidden Picture Activity Sheet















Hidden Pictures

          

Children can explore the wonders of different food and kitchen items we use to prepare meals by finding the hidden pictures in this challenging adventure.

















CACFP Activity Sheet Placemat 







Placemat

Encourage children to eat right and live healthy lifestyles with this printable placemat that will make trying new foods fun and educational.









 
CACFP Weekly Activity Sheets 

Weekly Educational Activity Sheets

Keep children engaged throughout CACFP Week by printing out these education activity sheets.









 
  Parent Postcard          



Engage parents in CACFP week by getting them involved in CACFP week with this postcard. It can be printed or emailed.







  2019 CACFP Week Poster

Use this poster to advertise to parents and the community that you are celebrating CACFP Week. This poster is an 8.5x11” if printed and it is dated.









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Recipe Book

Use this recipe book to showcase new and delicious recipes at your site to celebrate CACFP Week. Consider working them into your menu's long term after your celebration ends.

  Adult Activity Sheets 
Use these adult activity sheets as a fun, interactive way to engage your audience. Over 30 different pages of age appropriate activities are included in this packet.
 Activity Sheets Child Activity Sheets
Use these child activity sheets as a fun, interactive way to engage your audience and teach them about different foods and animals. Over 30 different pages of age appropriate activities are included in this packet.

USDA Resources


Nibbles for Health: Nutrition Newsletters for Parents of Young Children 

These colorful and engaging newsletters for parents of young children can be shared by Child and Adult Care Food Program providers to communicate information about popular nutrition topics. There are 12 newsletters available in both English and Spanish. Printed version of materials are available for order by clicking here.









TDA’s Farm Fresh Challenge for CACFP

During the month of March 2019, the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) is introducing the first ever Farm Fresh Challenge for all TDA contracting entities (CE) in the Child and Adult Food Care Program (CACFP). The CACFP Farm Fresh Challenge is a fun and engaging way to celebrate National CACFP week and gain recognition for efforts to bring local foods and garden-based learning activities to CACFP sites statewide!


Assistance available in English and Spanish. Please call 877-TEX-MEAL (877-839-6325) for help.

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Texas Department of Agriculture
Commissioner Sid Miller