Protein-Rich Salad With Quinoa and Garbanzo Beans

This salad with quinoa and garbanzo beans is a protein powerhouse. Perfect for a  healthy family meal, it contains fiber, minerals, vitamins, healthy greens, healthy fats, including the Omega-3 kind and most importantly, it contains a lot of vegetarian protein. … Read more

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Preschool Geography Montessori Project

We did a fun Montessori-based project to learn the basic concepts of geography in our homeschool preschool. Maps and globes appear “dead” to small children and this project helps the kids to see the map as something “alive” and a … Read more

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Raw Coconut Candy, Dairy-Free, Added Sugar -Free

Do you like Ferrero Rocher Rafaello coconut candy? To say I love it is to say nothing. I think it is a better invention than electricity. I love this coconut candy so much, that I experimented quite  a few times, … Read more

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Spring Sensory Tub

Since it’s technically spring, I wanted to do a bright sunshine-filled sensory tub. Firstly, I asked my three year-old to find a lot of yellow, white and orange pompoms to fill the tub. Then, I added some fake daisies and … Read more

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Cayenne Pepper Smoothie - Best Raw Green Detox

Cayenne pepper has numerous health benefits. It has been reported to aid digestion, increase immunity, increase blood flow, help with any cardiovascular issues and migraines, shrink tumors. Cayenne can also reportedly kill prostate cancer cells and  shrink hemorrhoids. One of the … Read more

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Learn Count and Numbers- Montessori What I like about using Montessori activities in our homeschool preschool is how much the children enjoy them. The kids are so engrossed in the fun part of the activity, they “forget” the fact that … Read more

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Winter is almost over, so try this marshmallow craft soon! You need a bag of small marshmallows and some willing kids, who can be as young as two. You also need scissors, glue, some construction paper and a glitter pen … Read more

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Oatmeal and Almond Crackers

I make these oatmeal almond crackers all the time and my family loves them. The recipe is very versatile : you can add more sweetener and some raisins and you are going to have cookies, instead of crackers. You can … Read more

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Put healthy foods in a muffin tray for picky eater to choose Blend healthy foods into sauces, smoothies and other liquid dishes Have “one bite rule” -he must take a bite before saying “no” to food Have a “new food … Read more

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3 Healthy Family Recipes

Guest post by Vitacost 3 Healthy Family Recipes: Eating healthy is hard enough when it’s just you and a dinner plate. Throw in a spouse, two or three kids—and the thought of cooking dinner becomes a dark cloud that looms … Read more

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This is a simple and fun painting project, perfect for homeschool or for after school. Give your child some paints and some rubber snakes or worms or lizards. Watch your child move the rubbery toys through the paint, while he/she … Read more

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Vegetarian Borsht

I make a delicious and healthy vegetarian borsht (beet soup,) which my family and friends adore. My borsht’s recipe is so far from the classical Russian or Ukrainian borsht, that I have been afraid to post it here in the … Read more

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