When working on math with toddlers, it’s always helpful to use manipulatives and toys to make math fun. For this activity, I asked the child to tell me the values of numbers. Then we made a simple arithmetic problem. The … Read more

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As I was creating Flowery Butterfly Play Dough Sensory Tub, I was thinking of two things: butterflies and what attracts them. Naturally, flowers came to mind. This play dough sensory tub can result in your child making a magical butterfly garden, … Read more

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Luscious Smoothie is soft, creamy and light. It can be your perfect dessert, yet it’s healthy enough to be your breakfast. Ready in five minutes, this “berries and cream” concoction will immediately transport you to a lazy day, spent lounging … Read more

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Savory Veggie Oat Muffins, which can be made vegan and gluten-free, are a healthy way to start the day. You can make many of these muffins and freeze them, for a quick breakfast or a snack. My children also love … Read more

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My daughter loves working with play dough and clay. Salt dough is a cheaper alternative, that creates hard sculptures. We decided to make glittery salt dough hearts to give to our favorite people this Valentine’s Day. First, we made the … Read more

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  Spelt flour is lower in gluten and higher in nutrients than wheat flour. Spelt Tortillas are soft and delicious and best when served hot. Most importantly, they are cheaper and healthier than store bought tortillas and making them is a … Read more

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Antioxidants help with reducing the effects of aging, increasing immunity and nourishing our bodies. Antioxidant Smoothie has all the vitamins you need in one quick glass.

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By Rony Jahid The power of social media platforms has influenced a lot of people to discover several hobbies and interests as an antidote to their monotonous lifestyle. Having to spend most of their time in the office doing the … Read more

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Herb butter is a customizable, easily made sandwich spread. If you put it on a piece of bread, you instantaneously get more flavor and more nutrition. Just blend the herbs with the plain butter, put the resulting mixture onto a … Read more

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Valentine’s Glitter Slime provides hours of sparkly, glittery, sensory fun for the children. Older kids can make this slime by themselves as a science project (they have to work with Borax under adult supervision.) The little kids would love helping … Read more

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When you really like to give the kids some homemade play dough to play with, but have no time or energy to devote to the process, in comes Soft, No-Cook White Play Dough. This play dough is perfect for all winter … Read more

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Few things can beat a dessert, which is grain-free, sugar-free and dairy-free, too. Sugar-Free Black Bean Cupcakes with Coconut Icing taste like a spectacular celebration, yet they are as healthy as cupcakes can get. Soft, creamy and sweet, these black bean … Read more

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