Aluminum Foil Fish is a simple, yet pretty art project for children. You need some aluminum foil, a pair of scissors, some markers and some glitter glue with a brush. First, cut the shape of a fish out of … Read more
Crisp Veggie Salad With Honey Lemon Dressing just screams, “Summer!” with its bright colors, crunchy texture and a tangy-sweet flavor profile. I like to use fresh organic corn for this recipe, but frozen organic corn should work, too.
I was about to sit down and write a post about how we homeschool 6th grade, and then I realized I never posted about homeschooling 5th grade! This happens to us, homeschoolers. We follow a certain curriculum, we read good … Read more
Spicy candied almonds are super-addictive and crazy flavorful! If you want to eat a little bit less of this snack, you can make them spicier. Otherwise, these almonds are low in sugar and high in nutrients, which makes them into … Read more
If you crave something light and refreshing, a tangy, citrusy avocado salad may just hit the spot. The oily avocado accentuates the sour flavors of the citrus fruits and the bitter arugula rounds it all up perfectly. This is a … Read more
Children love playing with slime. When the slime becomes magnetic, and starts attracting metal, it becomes even more scientific fun. To make magnetic slime, you need two special ingredients. The rest is easy. Magnetic Slime Recipe 1 bottle of school glue … Read more
Kale and Broccoli Bake is a simple and hearty vegetable dish that works with pretty much anything. It also works as a vegetarian entree with some side salad. If you are dairy-free, try using vegan cheese.
We are studying birds at homeschool, so egg experiments add a fun dimension to our science classes. These experiments are cheap and fun. The Egg Crush Did you know that if you held an egg in your hand and applied … Read more
How about a decadent, yet healthy volcano mug cake, which is oozing hot chocolate lava sauce? The best part is that this cake is ready in just about five minutes. I gave you both the vegan and the sugar-free, as … Read more
My older children and I were gardening and my little kids kept trying to ineffectively participate. So, we made the little ones their own veggie and flower garden sensory tub. The little kids were so happy playing with it! We … Read more
“Creamy” and “vegan” and “popsicles” seem impossible to achieve. Yet these easy pops taste like the sweetest, creamiest ice cream perfection. How did I do this? Cashews came to the rescue. Cashews create the creamy vegan consistency, add nutrients and … Read more
by Anna Hicks Between homework, friends, extracurricular activities, and trips to Grandma’s house, a teen’s routine can be crazy…and it can quickly produce that “bogged down by stress” feeling. Having a stressed teenager can be troublesome for the whole family. … Read more