Watercress is one of the first spring greens. It is rich in vitamins A, C, and K. Watercress smoothie is both fresh and delicate, like spring itself. For optimum cleanliness snd freshness, watercress should be rinsed first and then submerged … Read more

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Dirt Cake has been my go-to recipe for quite a few children’s parties. This cake is easily made and does not require perfect styling. You serve it in a clean pot for a plant. You stick gummy worms inside. And … Read more

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Sourdough Einkorn Bread is soft, has a nice crust and is very low in gluten. With a piece of butter on top, it is sublime and tastes way better than wheat bread! Furthermore, einkorn ( not to be confused with … Read more

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The Mega Green Salad is just that- green. It is also super tasty, very crunchy, Paleo and Keto-friendly and overall simple and amazing. If you are on a diet- chew it all day. Otherwise, enjoy it as a side or … Read more

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We have been studying birds at homeschool, and making nests was the natural progression of our studies. This activity was fun for both older children and toddlers! First, we studied the book The Nest is Noisy. The book has the … Read more

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Pipecleaner Egg Carton Carrots is a fun and easy spring craft for preschoolers, toddlers, kindegarteners and even older children. This craft improves fine motor skills. Pipecleaner Egg Carton Carrots You need: orange and green pipecleaners Cardboard egg carton A sharp … Read more

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Homeschooling a child who is ahead can present its own set of challenges. How do you decide that your child is ahead? Do you skip a grade in certain subjects? Do you wait for test results? How do you technically … Read more

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Layered Mango Kiwi Smoothie is not only strikingly beautiful, it is also full of vitamins. Kiwis are rich in Vitamin C, while mangos add Vitamin A as well as a sweet, exotic flavor. There is some hidden spinach in the … Read more

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Just in time for Easter, Egg, Avocado and Arugula Salad is full of protein and of amazing taste. Creamy and crunchy, the avocado offsets the pungent onion and the bitter arugula perfectly, while the egg completes the flavor profile. This salad … Read more

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Cucumber Avocado Salad is simple, refreshing and crisp. It tastes just like spring in a bowl. The key to making this salad perfect is to not overmix, as overmixing would turn avocado to mush. Gently toss the salad once or … Read more

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Warm and hearty, Spinach, Quinoa and Tomato Casserole is ready quickly. Full of vegetables, it is good enough to be a meal on its own.      

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I came up with a really fun and colorful activity for my toddler. It involves recognizing colors and grabbing small pompoms with tongs to improve fine motor skills.  The child is supposed to match the color of the pompom with … Read more

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