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Next week is ''E'' week at our school, meaning we will be talking and learning about all things ''E''! So today at our teacher planning meeting we brainstormed on all the Exciting E-based Events we could plan for the upcoming days. Some of our ideas included: Egg-shell painting, making scrambled-Eggs, Exercise activities outside in the spring air ...
Last week, I wrote a post about Teething Feeder Bags and how instrumental they can be when transitioning your child to solid foods. In addition, they are a wonderful way to introduce various flavors, whether it is fruits, vegetables or proteins. This week's post shifts the focus to some other foods that are vital for your baby's health and ...
This week's post is written for parents who are interested in making their own baby food. With both my girls I have used a combination of homemade baby food and store bought organic baby food. I really enjoy making my own purees and have learned that the process can be healthier for babies, as well as simple and cost effective. In addition, I feel ...
I have a confession to make.
I do not like, cook with or eat Brussels sprouts (or so I thought!). Even though I know they are ''good for me'' and full of vitamin C, they are simply not a food I normally choose to eat. Growing up, my own mother never really made Brussels sprouts (sorry mom, the secret is out!). She made broccoli, green beans and ...
This past week I took my daughter to our local library in search of books appropriate for summertime and gardening. She attends a childcare program two days a week and they have been talking all about planting and eating vegetables over the last few days. I thought this would be a fun way to support what they are learning in the classroom, as well ...
Now that the week is just about finished (Happy Friday!) and
St. Patty's Day is just a day away, I thought I would share some really simple
activities you can do at home with your little ones - and picky eaters! - to celebrate
this oh-so-green holiday!
Try Some Kid-Friendly GREEN foods!
Green Jell-O® Jigglers
Make lime GREEN Jell-O by ...
Today's post is full of yummy drink recipes for the little leprechauns in
Recipe 1: Rainbow Punch
You will need:
food coloring (several
white grape juice
clear colored cups (so you
can see the rainbow!)
About a day before you intend to make this punch, fill an ice cube ...
Welcome to March! I love March, as it lets us know that
SPRING is not too far away!
If you cannot tell, I am very tired of winter! Luckily it
seems as though March is entering
like a LAMB this year, as the temperatures are steadily holding in the 50s in
the northeast section of the country. As
many of you know, I enjoy making and ...
I don't know about you and your friends and family, but this
past month I feel like almost everyone I know is battling some sort of cold,
cough or congestion. Some say it's because we have had such a mild winter here in
the northeast part of the country. (I've heard one person say that what we need
is a good snow to ''kill all these germs.'') ...
Here is a simple Valentine's Day recipe you can make at
school or with your picky eaters at home! This delicious and healthy dish will
warm their tummies and their hearts!
Strawberry Heart Pancakes...from
You will need:
1 ½ cups of whole wheat flour
2 teaspoons of baking powder
¼ teaspoon of baking soda
¼ teaspoon of ...