Bean Bag Play Ideas for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Bean bags are a simple and versatile educational tool, which works exceptionally well for kids that learn on the move. My older son and my daughter like to sit and learn new things, while my younger son learns a lot … Read more

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Gluten-Free Flour

Celiac disease is on the rise and wheat consumption is not as safe as it used to be. More and more people are seeking alternatives to the traditional wheat flour. While my family is not completely gluten-free, we generally try … Read more

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Spicy Tomatoes and Peppers On Savory Gluten-Free Pancakes

I love how easy and tasty are chickpea pancakes. They only require two ingredients ( chickpea flour and water,)  yet they supply your body with protein, fiber and other important nutrients. This time, I made these vegan gluten-free pancakes Indian-style: … Read more

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saran wrap water color painting

My preschooler just discovered how to make cool crinkly lines on his watercolor paintings! It is very simple. First, paint your watercolor painting. My son called this one Tractor in The Morning ( don’t ask 🙂 While the painting is … Read more

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Spinach Spaghetti with Roasted Pumpkin, Gluten-Free

Do you like pumpkin or sweet potato ravioli? If so, you’d love this dish. It was an accidental success. Last night, while throwing a couple of things together for dinner, I discovered this superb flavor combination! I used gluten-free rice-based … Read more

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Butterflies For Scissor Skills

  These paper butterflies are great for building your toddler’s or preschooler’s confidence when it comes to cutting with scissors. The scissor skills required to make these butterflies are pretty basic, so 3-4 year olds can complete this project all … Read more

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Breakfast Date Oat Bread

This oat and date breakfast bread is full of fiber, protein, iron, B-vitamins and other nutrients. It’s also sweet, tasty and a favorite among kids. If I give my kids just  a smoothie for breakfast, they seem to be unsatisfied, … Read more

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                                      First of all, why would you create a sensory tub for your child ? Sensory play has multiple benefits. Young kids … Read more

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Roasted Pumpkin and Garbanzo Beans Salad

Fall is in the air and pumpkin recipes are rolling in! Roasted Pumpkin and Garbanzo Beans Salad looks like fall: it’s yellow, orange with a bit of green. It also tastes like fall: it’s warm, hearty, sweet and full of … Read more

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Easy Paper Monkey

  This paper monkey is so easy that your preschooler can do most of the craft alone, which would make them feel accomplished and proud of themselves!  You need: 1) a card to mount your monkey on. A simple piece … Read more

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Roasted Squash, Tomato and Tofu Sandwich

As with most vegan sandwiches, you have to taste this Roasted squash, Tomato and Tofu Sandwich to have an idea if its’ good or not. Because the name of this sandwich implies “a vegan pile of stuff.” In reality, this … Read more

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Kool Aid Paint (scented) Kool Aid creates nice, slightly watery paints, which are similar to watercolors in texture. The best part about these paints is their scent, which creates a nice sensory experience for the kids. Try painting grapes with … Read more

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