Tips in Feeding Picky Eaters

on Friday, 16 November 2012. Posted in Parenting Tips

Methods to encourage your child to eat healthy foods


Offer a Nibble Tray.
 Children like to have a variety of food to nibble. They do not usually sit down for full meals, but rather, they like snacking all the time. Parents  should take this  as an opportunity to feed children by offering a nibble tray. This can be a tray or a plate with compartments where you put bite-sized food servings on each compartment. You can put this nibble tray at a place that the child can see and easy for them to reach. Keep in mind, too, that kids are very visual so it is important to choose a tray that is colorful and serve food in an attractive, colorful and fun way. 

Cook with your child.  You can involve your child when cooking in the kitchen by doing very simple things like mixing or handing you over some things that you need. Also, you can give him a task. For example, when making sandwiches, you can give him a plastic knife, show him how to spread mayonnaise and make his own sandwich. This can be messy but do not worry about the mess. What is important is that your child enjoys the activity. This will help change his attitude about food.

Be creative in serving food for your child.  There are a lot of ways to serve food to children. Since they are visually stimulated most of the time, you have to make sure that everything you serve is colorful, fun and appealing to their eyes. Here are some examples in serving visually appealing meals to your child.
Healthy Food Presentations for picky eaters

Nursery Education at LIS

on Monday, 12 November 2012. Posted in Curriculum

an introduction

The nursery program at Liberty International School was created with the aim of starting to develop the cognitive, social, linguistic and physical skills of toddlers in a school setting through play and other fun activities. Our curriculum was tailored to supplement what was initially taught in the typical Cambodian home. By this we mean teaching them the necessary skills they need to be ready for preschool while keeping in mind their cultural uniqueness and orientation.

A typical day in the LIS Nursery class includes routine setting (hygiene, potty training, setting the children's schedule for meals and sleep/nap, eating habits), values foundation, story-telling, indoor play/outdoor play/pool fun, songs and dances, arts activity and games.

We invite parents to visit our school.

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Phnom Penh, Cambodia 
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Telephone

095 712 165 

Early Childhood Education

Teacher Training

Teacher training for those who may wish to follow Liberty Education's  curriculum can be arranged by appointment. Please contact the school for more information.