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Art & Craft: Carrot Bookmark

In a previous post we have shown how to make a watermelon bookmark, and now for all the little book worms out there, this is how you can make a carrot bookmark. This is a great art and craft activity for the classroom or […]

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Eat the Rainbow Activity

When I was a child, the age old saying was to ‘eat your greens’, which is how kids were told to eat their vegetables. Fast forward many years, and our children’s generation are now being told to ‘eat the rainbow’, ensuring […]

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Art & Craft: Watermelon Bookmarks

Are you a teacher looking for a fun food-based activity for your class? Or are you a parent looking for a craft activity that is not only entertaining and educational, but produces an end product that is actually useful? Then […]

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After-School Snack Ideas for Kids

With Australian children now back at school to commence the new year, parents all over the country are having to get organised and think not only about school lunchboxes again, but after-school snacks! What you give your children to eat […]

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Five Days of Food Fun – Day 5

We often tell our kids not to play with their food, but this week is an exception! With the school holidays upon us, every day for the next five days I will be posting a food-based activity that your children […]

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Five Days of Food Fun – Day 4

We often tell our kids not to play with their food, but this week is an exception! With the school holidays upon us, every day for the next five days I will be posting a food-based activity that your children […]

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Five Days of Food Fun for Kids – Day 3

We often tell our kids not to play with their food, but this week is an exception! With the school holidays upon us, every day for the next five days I will be posting a food-based activity that your children […]

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Five Days of Food Fun for Kids – Day 2

We often tell our kids not to play with their food, but this week is an exception! With the school holidays upon us, every day for the next five days I will be posting a food-based activity that your children […]

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Reading Food Labels

When going grocery shopping, we often don’t have an endless amount of time to stroll the aisles comparing and reading food labels on packaged foods. We have even less time when we are accompanied by a small child! I personally […]

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Healthy Breakfast Ideas for Kids

It is true what ‘they’ say, breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Your body fasts all night and breakfast will be the first meal of the day, kick starting your metabolism. If your child tends to skip […]

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