Mango Avocado Salad With Orange Dressing

Normally,  I don’t like fruit in my salads, but mango, avocado and cilantro create a refreshing spring salad combo, that tastes absolutely divine. Mango is  rich in potassium, vitamin A ( 100 g of fresh  mango provides 765 mg or … Read more

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Spicy Lentil Soup

Ever since I received a shipment of grains and beans from nutsonline and realized that I, indeed, did order 10 pounds of lentils, this soup became a staple at our house. Simple, spicy and warm it’s every family member’s favorite.

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Arrowroot Teething Biscuits, Vegan

Most commercially available baby teething biscuits contain ingredients, which we do not want inside our babies. This recipe for Vegan Arrowroot Teething Biscuits is very low in sugar, contains iron-rich unsulphured molasses and Omega 3 rich flaxseed. These teething biscuits … Read more

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Writing On Salt: Montessori

This is a fun sensory Montessori activity that prepares your child for writing. Give your child a tray of salt and an index card with a letter on it. Ask them to copy the letter on salt, using their finger. … Read more

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Ginger Date Balls

We like to drink fresh ginger tea in the winter ( 1 tsp. grated ginger root+ honey+ lemon.) Looking at  apile of ginger in my fridge, I wanted to try something new. I love dry fruit-based candy and so do … Read more

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Raw Celery, Green Pea and Avocado Soup

Now that it’s warmer outside, it’s time to try a delicious raw soup. Kids are notorious for loving green peas and hating celery. This creamy soup combines both and is a favorite among my kids. Hopefully, yours will also appreciate … Read more

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Peg Board and Pipe Cleaner Play Garden

Peg Board and Pipe Cleaner Play Garden My kids and I made this little play garden while it was still cold outside and we were anxiously waiting for spring to start. This project can be a lot of fun for … Read more

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20 Fun and Simple Things To Do Outside with Your Kids

20 Fun and Simple Things To Do Outside with Your Kids Spring is here, so moving most of the kid games outside is a healthy idea. Almost any activity can be done outside on a nice warm day, but these … Read more

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How To Go Green With Your Children’s Birthday Party

How To Go Green With Your Children’s Birthday Party guest post by Lisa M. from The Party Works   It can be tough raising kids in this pre-packaged, additive-filled world. Certain things like Halloween and birthday parties can render a … Read more

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Falafel

Falafel is a spicy, protein-rich Middle -Eastern dish, which roughly resembles vegetarian meatballs. Falafel can be eaten in a pita as a sandwich or on a plate with a  side of hummus and a simple salad of chopped tomatoes and … Read more

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Cars Sensory Tub and Car Sensory Bottle

My 3.5 year- old has a single-pointed, all-consuming obsession with cars. He likes other modes of transportation and has a mild interest in trucks and trains and airplanes, but cars are his number one undying and unchanging passion. So, any … Read more

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Learn Numbers the Fun Way

What you see on the picture is a painting our little tractor did.  This actually started off as a fun number activity. Here’s what it looked like. I gave my son a piece of paper with the following writing on … Read more

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