Healthy Millet "Mac and Cheese"

I believe in one family meal and rarely post “just for kids” recipes. This dish is loved by kids everywhere because it tastes very much like mac and cheese. I actually love it, too!  It is made with whole grain, … Read more

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Colander and Pipe Cleaners

Do you need thirty minutes to yourself ?If so, try this simple activity. Give your child some pipe cleaner and a colander. If the child is under two years old, they will try to simply stick the pipe cleaners into … Read more

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Frozen Yogurt Drops

Disclaimer: frozen yogurt drops can be made to look really pretty and not sloppy, like mine. This frozen snack is excellent for people on a diet or for kids. It’s a healthier ice cream alternative that tastes really nice. It … Read more

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Homemade Paint

Our jars of store-bought paint have finally expired, so we made some new paint. This activity is one of “I can’t believe I haven’t done this before” projects. The paint was easy to make, it was beautiful and it was a … Read more

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Easy Homemade Granola

Give me a bowl of homemade granola with some almond milk and I am really close to heaven. Homemade granola is like a dessert, combined with breakfast. I also make my granola differently every time, using different nuts and seeds, … Read more

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Kale, Quinoa, Chickpea, Sweet Potato Soup

This hearty yet light soup is perfect to utilize leftovers and to create a healthy family meal. All it needs to be perfect is a piece of toast. I like to chop kale rather coarsely, but if kale is not … Read more

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montessori math

We did Montessori-themed arithmetics activity, which is perfect for a rainy spring day, when you can’t go outside, but really want to. We cut some leaves out of green construction paper. On these leaves we wrote both numbers and simple … Read more

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Brown Rice Eggplant Casserole

I created this eggplant casserole the other day, when my little boy opened the refrigerator, took the eggplant and ran away with it. I knew it was time to cook that big thing! If you have leftovers of brown rice, … Read more

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Foil Ship

  We made a ship out of foil. The plan was to play with the foil and maybe make a fun sculpture. My son made a car that didn’t really look like a car. I made something that didn’t loo … Read more

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Vegan Chocolate Milkshake With Hidden Greens

How do you feel about a chocolate-covered salad? I assure you that Vegan Chocolate Milkshake With Hidden Greens tastes a million times better! In fact, you can’t see the greens at all and all you taste is chocolate! So, if … Read more

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5 Quick kid-friendly dinner recipes guest post by Alia Haley What are you making for dinner tonight? How about some quick and simple kid-friendly recipes, like Cheese Onion and Mushroom Flan, Confetti Salad and a Vegetarian Lasagna?  Cheese, Onion and Mushroom … Read more

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Transferring Spoons

Transferring spoons is a Montessori activity to help toddlers learn the concept of “big” and “small.” I gave my children a tray of spoons of two sizes: teaspoons and tablespoons. The kids had to put teaspoons in one pile and … Read more

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