Agencies should work to get children involved in nutrition education classes. This could range anywhere from teaching children how to make simple recipes, to bringing your child to class. The important thing is that positive reinforcement behind nutritional ideas is incorporated into their lives, and that it’s enforced at a young age so that children don’t find themselves food insecure later in life. Children in classes would also allow for single or stay-at-home moms that can’t afford a babysitter to come to class. Unfortunately, someone who is food insecure most likely can’t afford a babysitter, so educational classes should be made to be easily available for them so that it can be utilized by a wider range of people.