Salmon is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids and can be introduced as a regular part of a child's diet very early. I love this recipe because it is mildly sweet and introduces a familiar flavor of orange and lemon which kids generally love. This can be made with a large family-sized fillet (great for company!) or smaller, single sized fillets (which can be split between young children). We recently had a Pirate Party at the Dr. Yum Project Kitchen, where we made healthy pirate foods for preschool-aged kids. For reluctant eaters or those new to salmon, introduce salmon with a “Salmon Roll-up.” Shred up some of the fish first. Then spread some cream cheese on a whole wheat flour or corn tortilla, and sprinkle the salmon on top. Roll up the mixture tightly and slice into little bite-sized slices. This worked great at our Pirate party and parents were amazed to see their kids eating fish! Great idea for school lunch.