Tag: kids

Dusty’s Wonder Bug Activity Pack fun!

Dusty’s Wonder Bug is a magical children’s book by Joanna Becker, available to buy here. Now after much demand, the official Activity Pack to accompany the book is here! This Activity Pack includes 22 colourful (A4 size) pages for parents, educators and children to…

Max’s Bright Fly preview video

Today a new shipment of Max’s Bright Fly arrived, an exciting distraction while we were busy bees working on our kinder & primary maths in the homeschool 🐝 This is exciting news for our friends who have placed their order for this + Dusty’s…

Is Eating “Vegan” Easy? Realistic? Fun? Healthy? Find out…

Awesome news with a webinar scheduled for tomorrow night at 7.30pm QLD / 8.30pm NSW time with our program’s in house 🌶 Raw Food Nutritionist 🥑 If you’re keen to learn more about the benefits of going vegan or helping your family try more…

What oils to cook with? Which fats are good fats? 

Wondering what oils to cook with? Confused about which fats are good fats? Want to know if fat free foods are what they say they are? Wanting to lose weight but are not sure how to? Wondering how to get the good fats into…

Playing the Traffic Light Game + teaching your kids about Life Food vs. Labelled Food

We live in an awesome time, with a super-intelligent society and more resources and facilities than ever before. Our parents lived in times of massive industrial/commercial growth with new products and advances in advertising, packaging and marketing through technology. To our parents, new products on the supermarket shelves…

Getting in Control of Snowballing thoughts

This is what happened. I took my boys (4yo and 1yo) to the supermarket – very brave, I know. 4yo was superb, sitting in the trolley the whole time, rarely saying a word. 1yo was on foot, trotting backwards and forwards pointing his quirky…

Recipe – for healthy and fresh homemade hot chips

Arriving home 30 mins ago, DS cried … because he had wanted to go to the ‘chip factory’. I think he remembered how much he liked Happy Meals but didn’t want to say the word, knowing that the Happy Meal is a red-light food….

Recipe – sugar-free and gluten-free Honey and Cinnamon Donuts

This morning my DS woke up with a growing-boy hunger for… Donuts. At first I explained why donuts would not be a healthy breakfast but then I realised: we can make a healthy donut all by ourselves. So off to the kitchen we went…

Recipe: Ramen with tamari, ginger, garlic, lemongrass and honey

My DS (currently 3.5 years) and I have a fun ritual of cooking and eating together every lunchtime – and making a real activity out of it. There are so many learning benefits to this activity such as encouraging creativity, following instructions, sharing ideas,…

How to get more balance in life

This article is about a trick to handling many of life’s hard situations. I learned today that in handling situations, there is a perfect balance that will help us live happy and fulfilling lives. There’s an underlying rule of nature behind many of the…

Steiner School or Playgroup Recipe: Bread ‘n Banana Cups

Our 3yo DS was so impressed with his cooking idea yesterday I thought I’d share this one for other parents of young children. Very easy and fun for little hands, and a delicious hot morning tea for the family… especially in cold weather. Steiner…