7 Simple and Creative Activities for Preschoolers

7 Easy Learning Activities for Preschoolers

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe via Email or.RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Guest post by Faith Watson “Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children, play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.” – Fred Rogers Let me introduce… 

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How to Make Herbal Infused Oil

Post by contributor, Jessica I don’t know about the rest of you, but this girl is super ready for summer. I love spring but summer is the time to harvest and preserve herbs, which is one of my favorite things to do. Summer is a great time to harvest fresh herbs, whether they be medicinal… 

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Father cradling his baby in his arms in the warm glow of the sunlight

How to Make Father’s Day Special When Your Kids Are Still Young

Our kids are almost 3, 5, and 7 (they all have summer birthdays). They aren’t really at the age of keeping track of calendar dates yet… so holidays are really up to us. Father’s and Mother’s Day are no exception. Maybe when they’re much older they’ll clean the house, cook for us, and serve us iced coffee… 

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The Reverse To-Do List: Evaluate Your Time and Focus on What Matters

Post by contributing writer, Erin Long My husband walks through the door, returning from a day’s work, and asks The Worst Question Ever: “What did you do today?” What did I DO today?  Well, I answered three-and-a-half million of the four million questions the preschooler asked, cleaned up innumerable pee puddles made by the supposedly potty-trained… 

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10 Questions to Ask Your Meat Supplier

If I were rich, I think I’d eat steak every other night for dinner. A big hunk of organic, grass-fed beef, cooked to medium-rare perfection, with an assortment of sides to complement. Veggies dripping in warm butter, a perfect green salad from the garden… Droooooool. My favourite meal, for sure. Like most people in our culture,… 

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Hello Friday (Vol. 7)

Weekly links and chatter

Lentil and Chickpea Flatbread

Lentil and Chickpea Flatbread (Grain-Free, Egg-Free)

  Guest post by Virginia Ever since I have gone gluten free, I have always had a “find healthy bread-like recipes” sub-routine running. My husband and oldest son are very interested in eating things that resemble bread, and I like trying new things, so everyone is generally happy. The one thing that really bugs me… 

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Art of Graceful Aging

The Art of Graceful Aging: The Big Skincare Lesson I Learned in My Thirties

“Oh, honey, are you feeling okay?!” she asked, with a touch of panic in her eyes. She seemed certain that there was something gravely wrong. Perhaps I was on the edge of a nervous breakdown. Maybe I was dying? I was unsure. I was a little tired, yes. We were moving that week, and life was… 

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Hello Friday (Vol. 6)

Weekly links and chatter