Bob Rockwell is professor emeritus and former director of the early childhood education program at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville. He also has worked as a speech pathologist, a teacher for the hearing impaired, and an administrator, as well as a consultant for the University of Chicago and Project Head Start. A prolific writer, Rockwell's books include NUTRITION AND THE YOUNG CHILD; PARTNERING WITH PARENTS: EASY PROGRAMS TO INVOLVE PARENTS IN THE EARLY LEARNING PROCESS; and others in circulation throughout the world. In addition to writing, he gives workshops and keynote presentations, and has been internationally recognized for his contributions to science, early literacy, family involvement, and nutrition.
1. Nutrition: What Is It? 2. Foods for Health. 3. The Infant (Birth to 12 Months). 4. The Toddler (1-3 Years). 5. The Preschooler (3-5 Years). 6. The 6 to 8 Year Old. 7. The Menu. 8. Integrating Food and Nutrition Concepts into the Early Childhood Curriculum. 9. Parent Involvement in Nutrition Education. Index.