Is it obvious I’m not in the mood for writing great titles today? A quick photo post… // healing tea for nausea – lavender, elderflower, passionflower blend // sparkle stories inspired apple turnovers, pie, and an attempt at a rustic sort of pie with the leftover dough // a little guy with two missing font… Continue reading tea, pie, teeth & spring!
Lately we’ve been keeping busy with learning adventures and life in general – and generally the two are one and the same… A trip to the museum focused on their love for animals and interest in shelters. We did a little animal scavenger hunt through the museum and were able to find examples of a log cabin, tipi,… Continue reading Life and learning lately…
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Gardening with kids comes with many benefits – connecting with the land and their food, connecting with each other in a fun way, academic learning, and the end result – eating the food they have planted, cared for and harvested. If you’re jumping into this A Garden of Learning series now, head back to the… Continue reading A Garden of Learning: Will Your Seeds Sprout?
If you’ve ever thought farming is a summer-only job, think again – our farmer friends are cozied up indoors during these months carrying out the important task of planning for the season ahead. You don’t have to let them have all of the fun; next time there’s a cold day keeping you indoors, gather your… Continue reading A Garden of Learning: Planning the Garden with Kids
If anyone else is stuck in the same boat I’m about to describe and has some tips, or even some snacks, please share! So, the solid side of the boat, the strong side, the side we really prefer to be on is made up of a super strong bond of brotherly love. On that side of the boat,… Continue reading battle of the temperaments
Most kids love the sticky, sweet Canadian goodness that is maple syrup. My kiddos certainly do. I always feel a little bad limiting their use of such a down to earth, delicious and nourishing natural food – and for some reason they never quite understood what all the fuss was about when we would say that it is pricey and… Continue reading Maple Tapping with Kids