Oatmeal raisin cookies can be made in a multitude of exatic and healthy ways, yet this simple recipe for Classic Oatmeal Raisin Cookies is what I keep coming back to. Crunchy around the edges, sweet and soft on the inside, these … Read more

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Modeling clay is harder than play dough, which makes it the ideal sensory painting material for Modeling Clay Winter Painting. Painting with modeling clay improves fine motor skills, as the children have to push hard with their fingers in order … Read more

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Savory Cheese Pancakes make a delicious breakfast or a snack. They can be enjoyed hot or cold. They can be made gluten-free and most importantly, they are ready quickly. Any cheese works for this recipe. Softer Mozzarella cheese creates softer … Read more

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Sugar-Free, Vegan Raspberry Cream is light, tart, yet sweet, healthy dessert. It takes a little bit of prep work ( you need to  remember to stick that can of coconut milk in the refrigerator overnight,) but other than that it’s … Read more

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We love doing crafts with natural materials, but in the winter, these can be hard to find. Winter Tree craft utilizes what is available during the season. You can make a bare winter tree ( this craft teaches early perspective and … Read more

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Some of my children learn math a lot better when math is combined with a craft. We made these math mittens with pompoms to learn addition and subtraction and also to create something pretty. This craft presents a fun way … Read more

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Cauliflower has been used as a grain substitute quite successfully in many recipes, and this grain-free cauliflower casserole is no exception. This cauliflower dish resembles Mac and Cheese both in texture and in flavor.

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Roasted Tofu Bowl is a vegan dream. Full of protein, spices, the good fats and crunchy veggies, this bowl is both hot and cold. Roasted Tofu Bowl is ready in 15 minutes and make a wonderfully healthy lunch or dinner. I … Read more

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We were studying the various layers of the atmosphere in homeschool. To illustrate the atmosphere better, we made a play dough model. We made a small ball on a plastic plate, to symbolize the Earth. We added all the main … Read more

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I know that many of you are chocolate lovers, but if you prefer vanilla, I have one tasty recipe. Coupled with the flavor of berries, vanilla becomes pure perfection, in my opinion. These Vanilla Cupcakes with Berry Frosting are sugar-free, … Read more

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Green smoothies don’t have to be all about extra energy. Drinking a green smoothie before bed can help you fall asleep peacefully. The key to Sleeping Pill in Glass Green Smoothie is valerian. This herb is well-known for its sleep-promoting and … Read more

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Play dough invitations open doors to creativity and fine motor skills, as they set a scene for exploring play dough. Arctic play Dough Invitation has everything the child needs to explore the coldness of the Arctic: white and blue lay dough, … Read more

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