Correction| Volume 51, ISSUE 5, P645, May 2019

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        The March 2019 iCook supplement issue of the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior carried a New Resources for Nutrition Educators article titled “iCook 4-H: Cooking, Eating, & Playing Together [New Resources for Nutrition Educators]” (J Nutr Educ Behav. 2019;51(3S):S69-S70; In the quote from the publisher at the beginning of the article, “82-hour sessions” should read “eight 2-hour sessions.” The Table of Contents listingfor this article also omitted 2editors of the curriculum and the line should read “A. A. White, L.Franzen-Castle, K. K. Kattelmann, M. D. Olfert, S. E. Colby, editors.” These have been corrected in the online version.

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        • iCook 4-H: Cooking, Eating, & Playing Together
          Journal of Nutrition Education and BehaviorVol. 51Issue 3
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            iCook 4-H is a program about cooking, eating, and playing together for 9- and 10-year-old youth and the adult who prepares their meals. It is designed for out-of-school settings with the goal of promoting healthful lifestyles. The 4-H approach to learn bydoing is at the heart of iCook. It is presented in eight 2-hour sessions. Food preparation, physical activity, family engagement/communication, and goal setting are part of each session, and families are encouraged to continue these activities at home between sessions.—National 4-H Council
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