With the rising cost of food and the growing concern of healthy nutrition, grocery shopping has become a valuable life skill for the next generation.
To help educate children on making both economical and healthy choices, the Seymour Boys & Girls Club has created a program which emphasizes decision making.
“This is one of the 12 sessions for our productive future programs,” said Eric Harper, director of the Seymour Branch of the the Boys & Girls Club. “It is designed to help prepare children for what’s to come in life.”
Harper explained the program would focus on having children do a mock-purchase of groceries they would actually use in their everyday life.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.