Who said your kids can’t have popsicles for breakfast? Your kids will definitely be part of the clean plate club with these healthy watermelon & raspberry breakfast pops that we rolled in granola and shaved coconut for some protein and an extra crunch! 🍉 🥥🍓👩🍳
Celebrating National Ice Cream Month and Sundae Funday with yummy homemade plant-based lavender & honey ice cream! The kids and I had as much fun making it as we did eating it! ❤️ 👩🍳🍦
Kinder friends love building our beloved Mat Man with our wooden Alphabet pieces. Through music and movement we learn counting, body awareness, positions in space, and crossing our midline. A precursor to drawing Mat Man with pencil & paper ❤️📝
Homemade Sensory sand Play dough a staple in the little red school house this summer! Kids love to work on their fine motor by rolling out letters, and sight words.
“O is for octopus” and these kinder cuties got to learn and write all about these fascinating creatures, and make an octopus of their own out of paper plates, with eight tentacles donning Cheerios. This was an awesome fine motor activity for the kids! ❤️📝🐙
One of our favorites… “F is for fish” with a reading of The Rainbow Fish an adorable story with an important message of how important it is to share with others! Kinder friends worked on their printing practice, shared rainbow goldfish crackers with each other, and crafted their own Rainbow Fish out of food colored coffee filters, and tin foil! The kids had So much fun, and it was great fine motor practice! ❤️🐠📝🐟 📚
Letter B is for blueberries with letter practice, a reading of blueberries for Sal and making homemade blueberry pie on the BBQ. 👩🍳❤️👨🍳🥧
Red, white, blue and you! Celebrating this 4th of July with Helena’s favorite berry hand pies. Time in the Kitchen with my children is always treasured!! As we teach our children how to help in the home, cook, and bake, we not only equip them with life skills, but independence as well. 🥧👩🍳❤️👨🍳
Summer Harvest And learning in the little red school house. We had so much fun harvesting, researching, and writing all about the amazing health benefits of this awesome summer squash! After our harvest and writing students participated in the measuring, mixing, and pouring of our homemade zucchini bread. We made our regular recipe, plus one with chocolate so the kids could do a taste test and write about which one they liked better and why?! 👩🍳❤️📝
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