Sunday November 23rd 2014

Posts Tagged ‘kids’

Is Fast Food Really That Bad?

Is Fast Food Really That Bad?

With all the reports of how unhealthy fast food is, why is anybody still eating it?  The reality is, it is cheap, convenient and filling.  The problem is that just one fast food meal can pack enough calories, sodium and fat for an entire day or more!  Eating fast food on a regular basis can lead to a variety of different health problems [...]

Craft a Nativity Set from a Recycled Tissue Box

Craft a Nativity Set from a Recycled Tissue Box

Looking for a fun Christmas craft to use some recyclables?  This is one of our newest projects using a recycled tissue box.  It's a fun Christmas craft that the whole family can help make.  Send the kids out to collect some skinny straight branches and they can get a little extra exercise while they are collecting. We made the Nativity [...]

Halloween Witch Sandwich for Trick or Treat Party Food

Halloween Witch Sandwich for Trick or Treat Party Food

Looking for a fun sandwich to make for your Trick or Treaters before they head out for the big night?  Why not make this really cute Witch sandwich?  It's super easy and kids will get a few extra fruits and veggies too A fun and easy Halloween treat for a quick lunch or dinner.  Serve this as a cold sandwich or make a two-part grilled [...]

Pumpkin Apple Soup Recipe for Thanksgiving Dinner

Pumpkin Apple Soup Recipe for Thanksgiving Dinner

Kids will love having their soup served in their own individual little pumpkin.  This is a tasty, nutritious soup that provides a good source of fiber and Vitamin A.  The apples and apple juice sweeten and mellow the flavor to make it a kid favorite.  Let your kids help scoop the seeds from the pumpkins. Help measure the liquid [...]

Easy Healthy Coconut Macaroon Recipe

Easy Healthy Coconut Macaroon Recipe

Coconut. It's not only tasty but new research indicates that the essential oils in coconut may have an anti-viral effect. In fact, some researchers suspect that the measles virus is the responsible agent for triggering Crohn's disease and that coconut oil may be able to penetrate the shell casing of this virus. One way to get this [...]

Halloween Safety Tips for Parents

Halloween Safety Tips for Parents

Second only to Christmas, the holiday that Kids look forward to the most is Halloween.  Picking out costumes, decorating Spooky places and eating candy corn.  Witches, ghosts and pumpkin-carving fun. To ensure your child has a Safe and Happy Halloween, here are a few Tips. Make sure Costumes are the proper length so that your [...]

Are Your Child’s Eyes Keeping Her from Getting Good Grades?

Are Your Child’s Eyes Keeping Her from Getting Good Grades?

Many vision tests can be accurate, but often the results depend on more than eyesight From artificial organs to robotic surgery, modern medical science has vastly improved in the past few decades. Why then, despite all these technological advances, are most pediatricians and public schools still using vision tests developed 148 years [...]

Painted Ponies Flannel Bedding for Little Girls

Painted Ponies Flannel Bedding for Little Girls

Well ... truthfully, I know some big girls that would love these flannel Painted Pony sheets also.  Once the temperature heads down to below 50 degrees, it is time in our household to pop on those snuggly flannel sheets. This lovely bedding set is available from Garnet Hill.  Even the comforter comes in the Painted Pony design.  We are also [...]

Four Fun Activities to Reinforce Money Concepts with Kindergarteners

Four Fun Activities to Reinforce Money Concepts with Kindergarteners

Sending your child off to kindergarten means they're growing up and becoming more independent.  It's an exciting time and the beginning of a wonderful journey where they'll be introduced to new concepts and experiences.  A great way to stay connected with what happens at school is to be on the lookout for ways to reinforce at home the [...]

Bathe Baby Safely with a Hoppop Bato Baby Bathtub

Bathe Baby Safely with a Hoppop Bato Baby Bathtub

A full sized bath tub might be big and scary to a baby. For the in-between stage when they outgrow the infant tub, a Hoppop Bato Baby Bathtub may be a nice compromise. The Bato Baby Bath features high supportive sides which are insulated to maintain water temperature. A drain plug is built in for ease of use. Available in lime, aqua or fuchsia, [...]

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