How to Teach Science through Baking Activities

Baking is a tasty and fun hobby. Most people probably would not equate it with science, but the truth is, it can be used as a tool to

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Favorite Fall Picture Books and Lessons for Early Elementary

It cooled off! This Monday morning feels like fall. Today, in celebration of the coming of the new season, I have two great fall picture books to share with

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Kid-Friendly Kitchen: Recipes for Kids

The more I make my kitchen kid-friendly, the more I can teach my own kids to take over the cooking tasks. Recipes for kids should include a couple

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Easy Kid-Made Chicken Nuggets

My kids love chicken nuggets. It’s one of those things that is a go-to when it comes to fast food, or quick meals. But there is no need

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Creating a Kid-Friendly Kitchen

When I think about cooking, I get anxious. When I was a kid, I dreaded being a grown up because some day I’d have to cook dinner. Every.

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Simple and Delicious Kid-Friendly Granola

My kids love to have cold cereal for breakfast. But there is something even better that is a treat for us: granola. With milk or with yogurt, breakfast

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Chocolate Painting with I’m a Hungry Dinosaur

Last spring, we read a fun book called I’m a Dirty Dinosaur, in which the illustrations were created with actual mud. Of course, we had to make our

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How to Bake an Apple Pie and See the World Activities

As I mentioned before, we’re following Jamie from Simple Homeschool in her #GiveYourChildTheWorld book club this summer. How to Bake an Apple Pie and See the World by Marjorie

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Encourage a Love for Cooking with Great Children’s Cookbooks

My son has developed a love for cooking. He is only seven, but he loves pouring through recipe books and seeing familiar and not-so-familiar foods prepared in a

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