Crunchy Kale Salad

There is nothing better than a fresh, light, crunchy salad to welcome warm spring days. This salad is rich in calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, folate, vitamins A, C, K and more! It also provides a nice serving of fiber. If … Read more

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Lentil Loaf

I saw a lentil loaf recipe on Pinterest, and thought it would make a nice healthy family meal. Then I researched the subject further. Apparently, there are as many recipes for lentil loaf on the internet as there are food … Read more

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Teach Preschool Math

Math in preschool should be fun. Numbers should be alive, a goal which could be accomplished with the help of sensory materials, like pieces of fabric, rocks, legos, blocks, marbles, etc. If you have some time, but no materials, use … Read more

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Healthy Lemon Avocado Cupcakes With Lemon Frosting, Sugar-Free

Sugar-Free, Gluten-Free, Vegan, Soy-Free, Coconut-Free What can be better than a creamy delicious lemon cupcake where all the sweetness comes from one banana and zero-calorie stevia? Wait, I know! If that cupcake is also vegan, gluten free and free of … Read more

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No Sugar No Dairy Peanut Butter Ice Cream

I found a recipe so good you have to drop what you are doing and try it, too! I made no sugar no dairy peanut butter ice cream, inspired by this recipe from Chocolate-Covered Katie. Katie used almond milk, but … Read more

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Bookworm Bookmark

We made this Bookworm bookmark about a month ago in our homeschool preschool and have been using it every day since. If you have an ice cream stick, it’s better. We didn’t, so we used a piece of cardboard.  Wrap pipe … Read more

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Bugs Sensory Tub and "Bugs", Mini-Encyclopedia

Do you know a kid that doesn’t like bugs? I don’t! This is why we have every plastic bug imaginable, stored in its ziplock bag with similar species. For Bugs sensory tub, we gathered some leaves that the bugs like … Read more

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Guest post by Heather Smith Just like in any job interview there are things you should and should not do. Interviewing Nannies is special because you are looking for someone to come into your home and help guide your children … Read more

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1 Minute Breakfast Muffin

I was eating different types of oats for breakfast for about 4-5 years and then I got bored. Now, we try to have a different breakfast adventure at least a few days of the week. This breakfast muffin turned out … Read more

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Healthy Spring Salad With Kale Dressing

The interesting part about this healthy spring salad is its dressing. Creamy and lemony, it contains avocado and …kale! If kale is not your favorite vegetable to eat, this salad dressing could be your solution. Furthermore, kids can use this … Read more

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Building With Rocks

We have all kinds of wooden blocks and Legos at our house, but sometimes it’s fun to go outside and build with whatever the nature provided. Rocks and sticks can be arranged into towers, garages, castles and doing so takes … Read more

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Dairy-Free Coffee Frappuccino Shake

A tall Frappuccino from Starbucks contains 175 calories, 1 gram of saturated fat and 29 grams of sugar. And this is for a small drink without added syrup or whipped cream. A large caramel Frappuccino can cost you up to … Read more

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