Strawberries are a great source of Vitamin C and manganese, just one cup contains around 180% of the recommended Daily Value of vitamin C for kids 13 years and younger. Vitamin C is needed in young children to help support their growth. It also supports their immune system and repair any body tissue. Strawberries have a good amount of B9 and potassium. They are also rich in antioxidants and plant compounds, which will play a part in a healthy heart and blood sugar control.
My children can be picky with fruit, my eldest is a nightmare with many fruits, but the two youngest enjoy eating different types of fruit. As a treat we love adding strawberries to our ice cream or dipping our strawberries in chocolate. Getting the kids to make there own fruit cocktails sticks always goes down well in our house. I also add a few strawberries into their breakfast cereal.
source:https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/foods/strawberries#vitamins-and-minerals & https://www.eatright.org/food/vitamins-and-supplements/nutrient-rich-foods/the-season-for-strawberries#:~:text=Strawberries%20are%20an%20excellent%20source,and%20a%20healthy%20immune%20system.