And some more protein foods:
*nuts and seeds (also contain healthy fats, and may have other nutrients like selenium (Brazil nuts), zinc and iron (pumpkin seeds), omega-3s (walnuts), etc.)
*beans, of course--eat 'em w/ rice or in salads, or in stuff like chili, soups, hummus, other bean spreads, baked beans, etc.
*lentils--lentil soup; kids love lentil "chopped liver"
*whole grains: some grains, like quinoa, have about 8g protein per serving
*if your dd likes smoothies, you can always add a rice protein powder to them (I wouldn't use soy, just because you may be eating a lot of other soy products)
*and as the PP poster said, there are always soy products, including soy milk and meat analogs like "chicken" nuggets and veggie burgers--many have wheat in there, so be on the look out
Blackstrap molasses has lots of calcium--some people like it mixed into foods like oatmeal, while others don't. You can always make molasses muffins, cookies, and breads, too. If your daughter drinks just, you can also get calcium-fortified OJ.
Here's some more info:http://www.vrg.org/nutrition/calcium.htm#tofuhttp://www.vrg.org/nutrition/protein.htmhttp://www.pcrm.org/health/veginfo/v..._children.html