A new systematic review examined strategies to reduce sugary drink consumption among 0- to 5-year-olds. Successful strategies included in-person individual education, in-person group education, passive education (e.g., pamphlets), use of technology, training for childcare/healthcare providers, and changes to the physical access of beverages. What is needed from future studies? The authors call for more methodologically rigorous studies, comparative evaluations, consistent measuring and reporting of outcomes, and evaluation of strategies using policy, systems, and/or environmental change.