4.) Talk to your child about lunchtime: Don't assume that your child's uneaten lunch is sign that he did not like the food. If you ask a few questions, you may find that your child does not have enough time to eat lunch or that he is spending more time socializing with his friends than actually chewing. Asking questions will give you the opportunity to help him learn other important skills such as managing his time and selecting times to socialize.
4 Fresh Pineapple Chunks (1/2-inch pieces)
2 ounces Colby-Jack cheese cubes (½ inch pieces)
2 ounces deli ham (1/4 inch slice, cut into 1-inch squares
Assemble four mini-kabobs by stringing 1 ham square, 1 pineapple chunk, 1 ham square, and a cheese cube on each toothpick. For a vegetarian option, substitute teriyaki-flavored baked tofu for the ham/cheese. Baked tofu can easily be sliced into small cubes and is very tasty with the pineapple.
1 tablespoon peanut butter or sunflower butter
1 tablespoon cream cheese
Tortilla -- whole wheat or plain (cut into squares)