My toddler adores The Very Hungry Caterpillar book and I decided to make this book into an educational science project for all the kids. So, we made a Life Cycle of a Butterfly Play Dough Board. Using different colors of play … Read more

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Chocolate Gelatin Cake is sweet, creamy and grain-free. This cake requires very little work just whip, mix and let cool. If you must have a grain cakey layer under he chocolate jello cream, crush some Oreo cookies and put them … Read more

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The Flying Egg Experiment is proof that homeschooling is fun. We were reviewing Newton’s law’s of motion. To prove the first law, we did an interesting experiment, during which an egg fell into the glass of water. My children enjoying wacking … Read more

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Lima Bean Casserole is a hearty protein- filled dish. Gooey and warm, this cheesy bean casserole can be served with a side salad and some rice or quinoa for a complete vegetarian dinner. To speed things up, use frozen lima … Read more

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Leek and Asparagus Frittata is a healthy and tasty alternative to the boring omelet. Frittata is a quiche without the crust, which makes it an easy breakfast or a brunch dish. Using the blender for the eggs results in a fluffier … Read more

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5 Minute Berry Ice Cream is one of the easiest healthy ice cream recipes. You don’t need anything special, like an ice cream machine and you don’t need any exotic ingredients either. This berry ice cream tastes creamy and 100% … Read more

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Egg muffins make an excellent easy and tasty breakfast. Avocado makes Spinach Avocado Egg Muffins extra creamy and spinach cannot be tasted at all, so these muffins can sneak a few healthy foods into your child’s diet.

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We have all kinds of lichen growing on the trees. We decided to gather it, classify it and study it for our homeschool nature science project. The major types of lichen are: Caperat lichen, Tumbleweed lichen, Common Orange lichen, White … Read more

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Since both strawberries and kiwis are in season, there is no reason not to make the tangy Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie. This smoothie tastes like exotic summer: light and fresh, it is sweet and filling.

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Sourdough rye bread invokes many childhood memories for me. There is something that feels like home in a loaf of warm, hearty, freshly made rye bread for every Northern European or Slavic person I now. I have been baking rye … Read more

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When we learn a  new scientific concept at homeschool, I like to make a visual model of it for the kids to understand the concept better. Life Cycle of a Frog Model was easily made from play dough. First, we read … Read more

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Most recipes for vanilla ice cream involve an ice cream machine. Storebought vanilla ice cream features exotic ingredients or additives you can’t pronounce, while homemade vanilla ice cream recipes are usually complicated. This vanilla ice cream recipe is incredibly simple: three ingredients … Read more

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