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4 out of 5 paediatricians recommend Cheerios for their infant or toddler patients.**

For over 50 years Cheerios has been a trusted partner in helping children grow healthy and strong.

And while you've trusted Cheerios for years, now you can also rely on their Ideal Finger Food and Developmental Games sections on their website for the valuable information and tools you need to help your little one eat right from the beginning. Here's to a healthy start!

Here is just one of the great developmental games on

Stack the O’s

Building foundations with your little one will not only help his or her motor control, but also provide hours of fun for both parents and tots alike.


  • Start with a pile of Cheerios cereal and gradually build your toddler a tower.
  • He may want to help or he might prefer to wait until the tower is completes, then delight in knocking the whole thing down.
  • Talk your toddler through the process by counting the pieces as you build them up.

** Results of a 2008 independent survey of Canadian paediatricians.


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