Grown Ups

Here are some useful resources and websites that expand further on topics covered in the Infant Program. Each age group has its own section, just click on the link that interests you!

Session One — 3 Months

1.1 Healthy Eating

Breastfeeding and Your Baby

Food in First Year of Life

Child Development 3 to 6 Months

1.2 Getting Active

Child Development — Newborn to Three Months

Child Development — 3 to 6 Months

Walking, Running and Jumping/Balance/Upper Body Development Brochures

National 24-hour Movement Guidelines for the early years (Birth to 5 years)

Session Two — 6 Months

2.1 Healthy Eating

Eating Tips for Children — Babies

Solids and Your Baby

Home made food

Baby’s First Food — Vegetarian Diet

Managing Constipation Guidelines

Child Development — 6 to 9 Months

2.2 Getting Active

Child Development — 6 to 9 Months

2.3 Sugar and Your Baby

Why No Sweet Drinks?

Session Three — 9 Months

3.1 Healthy Eating

Fruits and Vegetables

Food for Health and Growth

Finger Foods Poster

Child Development — 9 to 12 Months

3.2 Getting Active

Move Baby Move (resources are currently being updated)

Playing with Your Child

Get Active Families

Getting Active

Session Four — 12 Months

4.1 Healthy Eating

Healthy Eating for Young Toddlers

Vegetarian Eating for Kids

Choosing a Soy Drink

Fibre in Foods

Child Development — 1 to 2 years

Playground Safety

4.2 Getting Active

Move Baby Move (resources are currently being updated)

Session Five — 15 Months

 5.1 Healthy Eating

Eating Strategies and Relationships with Food

Start Them Right — Guide to Healthy Eating

5.2 Getting Active

Active Play Everyday

Session Six — 18 Months

6.1 Healthy Eating

Food for Health and Growth

Fussy Eating

Junk Food

6.2 Getting Active

Active Alphabet for Toddlers (resources are currently being updated)

Grown ups

Healthy Eating for Grown-ups

Better Health Channel Nutrition Information

Australian Dietary Guidelines

Getting Active for Grown-ups

National Adult Physical Activity Guidelines

Parks Victoria

Walking for Fitness Guide

Planning Exercise


Better Health Channel

Market Fresh Recipe Guide

Snack Ideas


Fruit and Veg and Keeping Costs Down

Calculate How Much You Spend on Groceries

Getting Active

10000 Steps

Physical Activity — It’s Important

Other Resources for Healthy Kids and Their Families

General Information

Dietary Guidelines for Children and Adolescents

Get up and Grow

Fruit and Vegetables

Carbohydrates and Glycaemic Index

Sugar and Obesity

Fibre in Food

Oral Health

Translated Materials


Better Health Channel

Raising Children Network

Market Fresh — 1

Market Fresh — 2

Market Fresh — 3

Dairy Australia

Meat and Livestock Corporation