Dairy Free Vanilla Ice cream

If you or your child eat dairy-free, it is not the reason to quit eating ice cream. Dairy-free vanilla ice cream can be made without an ice cream maker. Simply blend all ingredients, freeze and re-blend prior to serving.  

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Learning Land Forms

To learn about the basic land forms, we made a creative project, which helped the kids to better visualize geography. The kids separated a piece of paper into eight (more or less) equal sections. They wrote “land forms” on top and called … Read more

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Zucchini Quinoa Salad with Cumin

Zucchini Quinoa Salad with Cumin is tangy, lightly spicy, crunchy and fresh. It is ready in 15 minutes and can be enjoyed both hot and cold.

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Green Smoothie That Tastes Like Peanut Butter Shake

There is great news for peanut butter shake lovers: there is a way to have your yummy fix every day, while also ingesting a pile of kale. This green smoothie recipe is absolutely delicious and only its color hints on … Read more

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Tanja Russita's Books Review

I received some wonderful children’s books from Tanja Russita for a review. These books are like a cross between doctor Seuss’ books and Bob’s books ( easy readers.) My kids have greatly enjoyed the books. The texts are fun and have … Read more

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Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles

Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles are creamy and ice-cream-like in flavor, yet are full of beneficial antioxidants. Children absolutely adore them. The pops take only about ten minutes of active work, which is a nice bonus.

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Elephant toothpaste

Elephant toothpaste has been a fun chemical experiment. Kids enjoyed the foamy explosion and we all got to learn some science. We read an absolutely wonderful book, The Elements: A Visual Exploration of Every Known Atom in the Universe, prior to … Read more

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Vegetable Peg Dolls

I have gotten into the craft of making peg dolls with children. Vegetable peg dolls can be a fun accompaniment to the gardening season. My children just adore playing with these pegs! Check out 7 Children’s Books on Gardening, too … Read more

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Honey,garlic and lemon. Natural medicine

Garlic is a well-known natural cure for multiple issues and garlic tea is a wonderful overall tonic, parasite killer and a preventative for colds. This tea is best drunk multiple times a day, especially if you feel a cold coming … Read more

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Strawberries and Cream Milkshake

Strawberries and Cream Milkshake is creamy, luscious and tasty enough to have as a dessert, yet it is also healthy enough to have for breakfast. Ready in three minutes, it is very kid-friendly, too.

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Building Patterns with Kids

Building patterns is one of these lucky activities that is both remarkably fun and exceptionally educational. You can tailor this activity to kids as young as two years old ( as long as they are not going to put the … Read more

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Sensory Lavender Slime

Sensory Lavender Slime smells incredible and is  a lot of fun to play with. Toddlers, preschoolers and older children enjoy stretching it between their hands. My children used it to make flower cupcakes. Pour some cornstarch into a bowl and … Read more

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