Quinoa, Sweet Potato and Feta Bowl

Quinoa, Sweet Potato and Feta Bowl makes a good use of a few of my favorite ingredients (and makes  a good use of leftovers, too, if that is needed.) The ingredient amounts of this recipe aren’t fixed: choose as much … Read more

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Learning the Art of Matisse 2

We were practicing some collage making at homeschool, while learning the art of Henri Matisse. A lot of Matisse’s artwork looks like collages of construction paper, so kids can easily relate to his art. Learning the Art of Matisse You … Read more

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Mango Kefir Smoothie

Mango Kefir Smoothie is a refreshing summer drink. Rich in probiotics and in Vitamin A, it’s also tasty and sweet. If you are on a dairy-free diet, substitute the kefir with a coconut-based yogurt and the smoothie would taste amazing, … Read more

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Building with Peas

Building with Peas is a healthier take on the typical building with marshmallows. The green peas are smaller, too, which is better for children’s fine motor skills. All you need is some green peas and some toothpicks. Stick the toothpicks … Read more

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Chickpea Shortbread Cookies

Chickpea Shortbread Cookies are sweet, rich and crumbly with a distinct nutty flavor. They are really nice, even if you don’t follow a grain-free or a gluten-free diet. If you do, they can be a lifesaver! The ingredient list is short, … Read more

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Glitter Play Dough

Kids adore glitter and love play dough, so glitter play is a natural combination that makes children of all ages happy. I like to make a batch of colorful play dough and then allow the kids to mix in all … Read more

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Strawberry Buttermilk Cake

The gluten-free Strawberry Buttermilk Cake recipe was born after we picked too many strawberries at a local farm. This cake is moist, sweet, yet tart, and full of berries, which probably makes it the healthiest option when you are craving … Read more

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%22Fairy Cookies%22 Craft

“Fairy Cookies” Craft is for the children who enjoy playing with a toy kitchen and with fairies. These “cookies can also be enjoyed by dolls. “Fairy Cookies” Craft You need:  white clay, roller, a glass, mod podge, flowers Make one recipe … Read more

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Roasted Curried Cauliflower

Roasted Curried Cauliflower is one of these simple dishes that you make and get amazed that you had never made it before, because of good it tastes. Slightly spicy and crunchy in all the right places, this dish is loved by everyone. … Read more

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Flowery Sun Catchers

The long winter is finally over and flowery sun catchers are a great way to bring some of the spring into your home. The children of all ages absolutely adore making these simple decorations. Flowery Sun Catchers You need contact … Read more

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Roasted Beets and Goat Cheese Salad

Roasted Beets And Goat Cheese Salad is one of these simple dishes that everyone tends to like. The sweetness of the roasted beet is nicely accentuated by the tartness of the cheese and the slight bitterness of arugula. The nuts … Read more

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Magical Sensory World

Instead of the usual sensory tub, I made a magical sensory world for the kids this month. This type of a sensory bin takes a little bit of planning, but it can be accomplished fairly easily, nevertheless. Magical Sensory World … Read more

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