For a quick, protein-rich lunch, Quinoa, Radish and Feta Salad is pretty incredible. Light, crunchy and fresh, this easy salad can be made two days ahead and kept in the fridge. The salty feta and the soft avocado create a nice … Read more

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When I first made Rainbow Easter Sensory Tub I had thought the kids would enjoy playing with it. What I didn’t anticipate, however, is how much they would love it! I could only think of sorting colors when I made the … Read more

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Play dough is an open-ended sensory material and kids love creating with it. Play Dough Easter Eggs can be successfully used as Easter sensory tub. Give you child a few colors of play dough, so that they can make either … Read more

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Tasty, Easy Veggie Wrap is completely simple, yet completely amazing. My kids think it tastes better than any burrito they’ve ever tasted. I love how the wraps are ready in five minutes and how full of healthy veggies they are.

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As school break is coming, or as your child refuses anything formally educational, you can teach them by using 9 Ways for Kids to Learn Without Formal Lessons. You don’t have to open textbooks and workbooks for your child to have … Read more

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To quickly lift your iron levels, try Pomegranate and Beet Iron Smoothie. This super tasty, tart yet sweet smoothie is full of iron and other healthy nutrients, making an excellent breakfast of a snack. This smoothie is also wonderful for expecting … Read more

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Einkorn ( it has nothing to do with corn) is the most genetically primitive and ancient form of cultivated wheat. Einkorn is very different from the wheat we eat today. Amazingly tasty, einkorn flour can be used for all types of baking … Read more

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Banana Play Dough smells amazing. It is moldable; it’s fun to play with  and the kids sniff it all the time! It is easily made, too.   Banana-Scented Play Dough Ingredients: 1 3/4 cups plain flour 1 1/2 cups water 1/4 cup salt … Read more

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We love playing with sensory tubs, so when we were studying frog’s life cycle, making a sensory tub on the subject seemed like a great idea to make scientific concepts come alive for the kids. Frog Life Cycle Sensory Tub contains Frog Life … Read more

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As much as I love interesting and exotic salads, a simple veggie crunch salad can be a perfect addition to a meal or even a meal by itself. Full of fresh radishes, sweet carrots and tasty cucumbers, this salad has something … Read more

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Smoothies can be green healthy drinks, yet smoothies can also substitute decadent desserts.  To make chocolate chip cookies healthy, blend them! Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookie Smoothie utilizes no actual cookies, yet replicates their flavor pretty closely, using  nutrient-rich ingredients, such as oats and raw … Read more

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Oat Bran Muffins are eggless, oil-free and flourless. They are healthy, chewy and delicious for breakfast. I like to make a huge batch, then freeze the leftovers for quick reheating later.  

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