Gardening season is here. Gardening Play Dough Sensory Tub is both educational and fun. It’s a great way to occupy your toddlers and preschoolers, while you are out actually gardening. I am all for children helping around, but the last … Read more

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My daughter loves flowers, picking them every chance she get. she also loves play dough. Combining her two favorite things, we got a nice batch of Flower Petal Play Dough. The smell and the feel of this play dough is all nature, … Read more

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Roasted bell peppers make any salad alive, happy and flavorful. Roasted Pepper and Feta Salad explodes in your mouth with a fresh taste of summer. Roasted peppers are best made ahead of time and then added to the salad, so that the whole … Read more

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Amaranth Berry Breakfast Casserole is sweet without the added sugar; it’s tasty and filing. Amaranth is a seed and not a grain, so this casserole provides a nutritious alternative to muffins and pancakes. To speed things up, make the casserole … Read more

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Why not skip the ice cream store this summer and let them kids make something sweet, yet still healthy at home? 5 Minute Strawberry Slushie tastes like a sweet, cold dessert, yet is incredibly simple to make.

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Many people love the flavor combination of Mexican food. Crunchy, spicy, fresh, slightly tangy and oily only where it needs to be oily, Spicy Mexican Salad has it all. It’s perfect for the days when you are not in the mood … Read more

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To learn about animal classification, we tried two simple games with my toddler. These Montessori-like Animal Classification Games included classifying the animals based on their type and classifying them based on where they live, geographically. For the first game, I arranged … Read more

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Pasta Primavera is a dish, which includes pasta and fresh vegetables. Pasta Primavera Casserole takes it to a new level of baked cheesy goodness. The key to this dish is a light, veggie sauce, which makes the casserole pretty healthy, too. Green … Read more

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Can a milkshake be full of flavor, yet dairy-free and added sugar-free? You bet. Healthy Peanut Butter Milkshake has tons of fiber, protein, vitamins and minerals. If you have this milkshake for breakfast, it would fill you up until lunch. When the … Read more

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Playing “Secrets” was my favorite game growing up. My friends and I could play this creative, imaginative game for hours. Playing “Secrets” encourages independent outdoor play. All you need for Playing “Secrets” is something clear, like a piece of clear plastic or maybe … Read more

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5 Big Reasons Why Seamless Clothing is Your Best Friend During Pregnancy By Anna Hicks So many things change once you become pregnant – especially in your closet. Finding cute maternity clothes is part of the fun, but unfortunately, some … Read more

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Buckwheat Cutlets present a quick and flavorsome way to get rid of the excess cooked buckwheat. Like any Eastern Europeans, we eat tons of buckwheat at my house! Buckwheat is not related to wheat. It is protein and B vitamin-rich gluten-free … Read more

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