Digging For Dinosaurs, Fossils and Rocks

Remember the wonderful colorful sensory moon sand? There is another game you can play with it. Read about geology with your child, tell them that in order to get to the remnants of ancient history, one needs to dig deep. … Read more

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Raw Lemon Candy

This sweet and sour chewy and decadent raw vegan candy is very easy to make. It is also full of vitamin C, protein, fiber, iron and potassium, unlike the more conventional types of candy. You can put each piece in … Read more

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Sensory Tub Butterflies

This weekend I hosted my son’s birthday party. The theme was construction and we played with trucks, excavators and sensory tubs, full of dirt to haul. No wonder, I wanted something more girly next, like the pink butterfly sensory tub! … Read more

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Swiss Chard Salad

What? Swiss chard in a salad? A lot less bitter and softer than kale, Swiss chard is rich in vitamins A, C, K , calcium, magnesium, manganese and potassium.  If you slice it really thin and put it in a … Read more

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flavored water bar

Flavored Water Bar is a good idea for a casual summer party, for kids’ gathering or for a situation where the guests are coming in ten minutes and you hadn’t prepared any special drinks. Slice your favorite fruit, chop some … Read more

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Sun Dried Tomato and Basil Pasta

Sun dried tomatoes and fresh basil is usually the simplest winning combination for pasta. My favorite part about this pasta dish is that it can be served hot or cold. It can become a pasta salad for an outdoor summer … Read more

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Make Up Stories to Build Vocabulary

We try many activities in our homeschool preschool. I like some of them and my son likes some of them. Some activities we are both crazy about and look forward to all week. Making up stories is one of these … Read more

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Crunchy Peach and Blueberry Salad With Orange Vinaigrette

If there ever was a salad that looked like summer, this is it! I always buy too many peaches, so one day I chopped them into a salad together with veggies and blueberries, in hope that the kids would love … Read more

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Learning Letters and Fine Motor Skills

My kids love arranging small objects into patterns. The toddlers are not yet allowed to play with beads, but the 4-year old loves games that require fine motor skills. This particular letter game helps preschoolers to learn letters, while playing … Read more

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Easy, Yeast-Free Spelt Bread

How about baking some bread in 20 minutes? I mean, the bread that actually tastes like real bread! Easy, Yeast-Free Spelt Bread looks, tastes and feels just like a juicy, chewy slice of homemade goodness.

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Sweet Potato, Banana,Peanut Butter Oatmeal Breakfast Bread

If you want to try something other than oatmeal in the morning tomorrow morning, this vegan and gluten-free breakfast bread is very easy to make. It contains nutritious ingredients, sich as protein and fiber-rich nut butter, bananas full of potassium … Read more

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Montessori Patterned Snakes

Last week, we were learning about snakes. To supplement our studies, we did a Montessori-like activity: making patterned snakes out of beads and pieces of thread. Firstly, I wrote out the pattern. This step is important for literacy and letter … Read more

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