When we begin homeschooling, we are full of plans, ideas and goals. As time goes by, however, that light begins to dim as we get overwhelmed by the reality of having to teach different kids at different levels, piling housework … Read more

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If you mention kale, the reactions you get are quite emotional lively. Kale is usually called somewhere along the lines of “healthy” and “disgusting.” How do you make your healthy kale salad taste less disgusting? Here’s the list of Best … Read more

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The taste of raw beets may seem alarming. However, if you spiralize the beets, they become very thin, which allows for a more effective marinating process and an amazing taste. Spiralized Beets and Clementine Salad is full of bright colors and … Read more

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We were studying birds, and to provide the children with a sensory experience, I gave them a Play Dough Birds Sensory Tub. You need a bag of colorful feathers, some play dough, a few sticks, some beads and a few cotton … Read more

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Sensory Soup is a fun game, which provides hours of fun for toddlers, preschoolers and even older children. You need large water beads, bowls, colanders and large spoons.  

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Vegetarian Tortilla Casserole is just sublime and the picture doesn’t do it justice. Crispy on the outside and gooey on the inside, this casserole makes one easy meal. You can serve it as is, or with a side salad, some … Read more

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Many busy mothers hardly have time to cook, let alone to cook healthy meals. How can cooking for the family become faster and easier, so that frozen entrees and packaged foods are not part of your life anymore? Because we’ve … Read more

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My children adore the story of Peter Rabbit, so today I asked them to create a play dough sensory bin, based on this tale. They made Mr. McGregor Garden, which they later played with. This activity is good for fine motor … Read more

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When working on math with toddlers, it’s always helpful to use manipulatives and toys to make math fun. For this activity, I asked the child to tell me the values of numbers. Then we made a simple arithmetic problem. The … Read more

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As I was creating Flowery Butterfly Play Dough Sensory Tub, I was thinking of two things: butterflies and what attracts them. Naturally, flowers came to mind. This play dough sensory tub can result in your child making a magical butterfly garden, … Read more

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Luscious Smoothie is soft, creamy and light. It can be your perfect dessert, yet it’s healthy enough to be your breakfast. Ready in five minutes, this “berries and cream” concoction will immediately transport you to a lazy day, spent lounging … Read more

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Savory Veggie Oat Muffins, which can be made vegan and gluten-free, are a healthy way to start the day. You can make many of these muffins and freeze them, for a quick breakfast or a snack. My children also love … Read more

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