Portion Sizes for 1-4 year olds

Use our portion size ranges to find out how much is too much.

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Tot It Up

Use our toddler food tracker to check that your 1-4 year olds are getting a good balance of foods and activity

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  • Ten Steps for Feeding Babies (0-12 months)

    Feeding can be a rewarding and enjoyable bonding experience for you and your baby. In the first 12 months babies will develop many fundamental skills and form a relationship with food. From initial milk feeds to the transition to solid food, all stages are critical in providing the best start to life.

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  • Weaning – Learning to Like New Tastes and Textures

    Complementary feeding or weaning is introducing solid foods in addition to your baby’s milk feeds. Babies develop at different rates so begin when your baby is ready – by six months, but not before four months. This is when healthy term babies are ready to learn new feeding skills.

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  • Developmental stages in Infant and Toddler Feeding

    As a parent you will naturally want to know what to expect in your child’s development. The developmental milestones shown below are evidence-based and can be used as a helpful guide to typical child development.

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  • Finger Foods

    Finger foods help babies to develop their self-feeding skills and learn to recognise different foods.

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  • Feeding Cues

    Your baby will tell you when they’re hungry or satisfied. Learn to recognise the cues to ensure your baby is getting just what they need.

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  • Feeding Skills

    It can be difficult to know when your baby is ready for new food experiences. It is important to keep offering your baby different food textures during the second half of their first year, so that they continue to develop their feeding skills.

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