Homemade lava lamp is an incredible experience in preschool or kid science, as it teaches kids about density. My photos do not do this project justice: I was too absorbed in the experience to catch the moment of popping bubbles … Read more
How to make Elderberry Syrup Guest post by Marina Falkin, who makes cold and flu-fighting herbal tea blends, available in her Etsy store. The summer is gone and cold season is coming soon. This post is on the most yummy … Read more
Do you like oatmeal? Chances are, even if you love it, it can still get boring. You can jazz your oatmeal up by adding things to it or by putting your oatmeal into a smoothie. This protein-rich oatmeal smoothie is … Read more
Tomato zucchini frittata can be eaten for dinner and then for breakfast the next day. This dish is rich in protein, vegetarian, light, gluten-free, juicy and tasty. See the recipes for 48 other zucchini dishes.
Do your kids love their Legos? Legos can be used in multiple learning activities. Because kids already like Legos, they’d be more interested in the other Lego activities you have to offer them. Try Lego arithmetics, for example. My oldest … Read more
I never tried adding spice to carrot and butternut squash pancakes before. “Vegetable pancakes are supposed to be bland” was a thought, firmly instilled in my head since childhood. Well, I did add spices to this batch of pancakes and … Read more
After having a lot of success with my vegan Peaches and Cream breakfast smoothie, I simplified the recipe, omitting bananas. Now the peach flavor is more pronounced and the smoothie is richer in protein, due to added almonds.
What do you put in a sensory box, once you are done with the beans and the rice and the water? Colored sand! Children learn through sensory activities and this is why digging is so much fun for small … Read more
Sauerkraut is incredibly healthy food because it combines the health benefits of all cruciferous vegetables with the probiotic advantages of the fermentation process. Packed with vitamins A and C, as well as fiber and phytonutrient antioxidants, it tremendously boosts the … Read more
It always feels good to enjoy a crunchy, juicy, colorful salad before the days summer are over. These delicious salads are light, crispy, fresh and filling: just like summer salads should be. 1. Roasted Beets and Kale Salad 2. Crunchy Peach and … Read more