Month: March 2018

Rocking Paper Shark Family

It’s time for an adorable wobbling craft – let’s make Baby Shark’s family, as seen on Caitie’s Classroom! Baby Shark, Mama Shark and Papa Shark, Grandma Shark and Grandpa Shark aren’t only easy to create but they are even more fun to play with. Give them a gentle push and they will rock right and… Read more »

How to Handle Sugar in the Diet : a Sticky Subject Simplified

Marshmallow peeps, pastel covered candies, and Cadbury eggs are all around us at the grocery store. Ironically, it is also National Nutrition Month and a time of year when registered dieticians make a point to help teach the public how to make more informed food choices and develop sound eating and physical activity habits.  With… Read more »

Vegetarian Sloppy Joes featuring Tobee!

Did you know today is National Sloppy Joe Day? Sloppy Joes aren’t just for the meat eaters. It’s such a versatile meal that can be replaced with chickpeas, grains, or even lentils to make a hearty, vegetarian-friendly dinner that you and your kids will love. Turn them into Tobee, and now you have a home run… Read more »

Food Chain Nesting Dolls

When the Sailor Went to Sea, she saw lots of animals, some of which eat each other. Here’s an activity inspired by Russian nesting dolls to show you who eats whom.   You need: this PDF, printed out scissors glue or tape Cut out the templates and glue or tape them into rings. Now they… Read more »