To help children better understand nature and to be more observant in it, we made a nature treasure map. This map doesn’t have to depict objects accurately. It does, however, have to depict every object the child sees. Ask the … Read more

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Jello is the perfect summer dessert: light and fruity. Peaches are in season right now and to utilize what my kids haven’t eaten of this fruit, I made a wonderful vegan peach jello, using agar agar flakes. Agar agar is … Read more

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When it comes to pasta sauces, creamy usually tastes better. If dairy is not on your menu, Dairy-Free Creamy Pasta Sauce tastes just like the real deal, yet it is fully vegan and ready in five minutes. Oh, it involves just … Read more

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Blueberry muffins for breakfast are a sign of celebration at my house. The kids are so happy to eat their favorite treat. Grain-Free Blueberry Muffins are juicy, sweet, added sugar-free, low-carb and sublime in every way, so I usually make a … Read more

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Milkshakes and summer go hand-in-hand. If you don’t want to load your kids up on sugar and dairy, however, there is a naturally sweet Healthy Mango Banana Milkshake, which can be ready in about five minutes. Full of exotic fruit, this … Read more

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Many skincare items are labeled “natural,” yet not all of them are. Furthermore, not many of them do what they claim to do for your skin. The following is a list of products that I have been using daily for … Read more

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For an alternative wheat-free crepe recipe that tastes similar to whole wheat, try Rye and Spelt Crepes. These crepes are quite spectacular for breakfast or as a snack. We put fresh spinach on them and top with a cooked egg with … Read more

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During this gardening season, we have been learning about the formation of soil at homeschool. We learned that mature soil is composed of multiple things. It has parent rock on the bottom, followed by rock fragments. Then, there is subsoil, … Read more

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In an attempt to make a healthy carrot cake, I decided to simplify things as much as possible, without compromising the flavor. The resulting Quick Raw Carrot Cake is full of the right spices, the crunchy carrots and of course, it’s … Read more

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I just made an amazing cauliflower casserole. As I tasted it, I realized its resemblance to mac and cheese both in taste and in texture. Gooey and full of hot, melted cheese, Cauliflower Mac and Cheese is definitely going to … Read more

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Sensory Rainbow Beans is a wonderful toy for color-sorting, measuring, counting and other early math skills. Toddlers and preschoolers enjoy this sensory tub immensely. Use white beans as a base and color them in the same way you’d color chickpeas.

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Raspberry Beet Smoothie is surprisingly tasty. It’s all about the berries, while the beet can hardy be tasted. This nutrient-filed juicy drink is great for breakfast or as a snack: it is flavorful, nutritious and ready in five minutes.My kids … Read more

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