A new story everyday
With NESQUIK® Alphabet, we encourage parents to nourish their kids' creativity at breakfast. Each spoonful of NESQUIK® Alphabet is a great source of calcium and vitamin D, and it has no artificial colors or flavors. The good balance between fun and nutrition. That's the whole story!
TABLEMATS AS CREATIVITY TRIGGERS!
Give your kids extra tools to spark their creativity and download our original tablemats for free! Discover our tablemats specially designed to inspire kids at breakfast: a fill-in the blank storybook for kids to invent a new story every morning. Placing the bowlful on the tablemat, the letters are starters to help them create stories. Kids pick one letter out of the bowl for each blank and decide which word to use.
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A complete breakfast should include a balance of nutrients from each of the major food groups.