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dc.contributor.authorNgure, Nancy, W
dc.description.abstractFood contains chemical substances called nutrients that together with water keep us alive. The body needs food to be able to function. A healthy diet helps children grow and learn. The researcher will investigate the effect of school based, feeding program on pre-schoolers participation in science activities. The researcher will use survey design. The target population consist of parents, teachers, and pre-schoolers. The researcher will target the E.C.E Centres offering feeding programme and those that do not have feeding programme in Tigoni zone, Kiambu County. Both the private and public ECE centres will be sampled. The researcher will use simple random sampling to get respondents from sampled preschools. The researcher will use questionnaires, interview schedules and observation schedules to collect data. Data will be analysed and presented using graphs, pie charts and tables. Conclusions and recommendations will be made. The researcher will establish whether schools with feeding programme performed better that pre-schools without feeding programme.en_US
dc.publisherUniversity of Nairobien_US
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dc.subjectEffect of Feeding Programme on Preschool Children’s Participation in Science Activitiesen_US
dc.titleEffect of Feeding Programme on Preschool Children’s Participation in Science Activities in Tigoni Zone, Kiambu Countyen_US

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