Parsnip and Turnip Mash

As potatoes are high in starch, other root vegetables, like parsnips and turnips, can be used for a delicious mash. Turnips are slightly bitter, while parsnips are very sweet. Together, they create the perfect taste profile. Parsnips are rich in … Read more

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Leg Model Experiment

We made a leg model at home school. This was a science experiment to show how joints work. Leg Model Experiment You need: Cardboard, scissors, plastic tube ( one thinner part and one wider part,) clear tape, hole punch Directions: … Read more

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Icy Frozen Sensory Tub

Frozen Sensory Tub has nothing to do with Disney and everything to do with the cold weather. When the kids had enough of the cold outside, the frost can be brought inside for some exploration. We put some figures from Groovy … Read more

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Kale, Tomato, Parmesan Bake

Kale, Tomato and Parmesan Bake is a quick, healthy and delicious side dish. I serve it with some quinoa for a complete dinner.

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Mediterranean Chickpea Burgers

Mediterranean Chickpea Burgers are flavorful vegetarian burgers that can be frozen and reheated quickly. These burgers work well in a pita bread, on a burger bun or topped with some yogurt or hummus, with a side of quinoa or tabbouleh salad.

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Healthy Breakfast Cupcakes, Gluten-Free

Don’t you wish you could have a cupcake for breakfast? These gluten-free, healthy pumpkin cupcakes make both kids and adults very happy. They are easily made, can be frozen head of time and topped with either a regular Greek yogurt … Read more

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Apple Pi- Learning Circumference and Diameter

Apples can be useful in a home school environment, especially to learn about the difference between the diameter and the circumference. You may need to remind the students that the “distance across” is known as the diameter and that the … Read more

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Green Soup with Kale, Leeks and Turnips

Green Soup with Kale, Leeks and Turnips is the ultimate diet soup, low in calories, yet rich in nutrients. If you are on a weight loss mission this New Year, make yourself a large pot and eat a lot, please. … Read more

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Felted Hearts Garland

Felted Heart Garland for Valentine’s Day is pretty and easy to make with kids. This garland was made by a friend, whose small children were able to work the felting tool. Kids love felting because it is fairly easy to … Read more

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Green Smoothie With Ginger and Pear

Ginger and pears have always been a tasty combo. Mixing them together in a green smoothie makes a healthy and yummy drink. This green smoothie can potentially speed up metabolism and keep disease at bay. Pears are rich in vitamins C … Read more

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Prenatal DNA Testing- What You Need to Know

by Anna Hicks Pregnancy is a joyous time, and all that any mother wants is to give birth to a healthy and happy little boy or girl with as few complications as possible, or hopefully none at all. In recent years, … Read more

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Turmeric Salad Dressing

Turmeric Salad Dressing is anti-inflammatory, healthy and very delicious. It makes every vegetable taste amazing and works especially well with avocado or with green leafy vegetables.  

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