heartbreaking to think that not every child has the same start to its day. Mine wake up and then spread out on the sofa
to be served yoghurt, cereal and toast, washed down with a beaker of milk
followed by a chewy vitamin.
like to think they are having a decent breakfast so they have the energy to
thrive at school. I do not want them
going hungry and then being distracted from their studies. It’s a long time till lunch, so its
essential they get topped up of a morning.
Otherwise all their attention will be on their rumbling tummies and not
on continuing their learning.
statistics sadly show that as many as 1 in 7 children are missing out on
breakfast. I think that figure is
incredibly high, breakfast is pitched as the most important meal of the day, so
it’s distressing to think that any children are skipping it.
are doing there best to rectify that figure; they have a campaign called
‘Breakfast for Better Days’ aiming to give more children who have been going
without cereal in their tummy!
the cost of food spiralling higher and higher, parents across the country are
really struggling to provide for their families. It’s wonderful hearing how Kellogg’s are helping so many
breakfast clubs and food banks around the UK by supplying their cereals, aiming
for a future where no children face hunger when heading to school.
video makes you realise how important breakfast is for happy, settled children.
can help too by buying branded packs of Kellogg’s cereal; each box provides a
breakfast for a child in need. You can
find out more from the Kellogg’s website,
it’s a great cause so I am planning to get behind it and buy up a few more
branded boxes for us as a family.
This post has been
sponsored by Kellogg’s, but all thoughts
are our own