Hummus Pizza

You may think that hummus pizza sounds gross but I assure you it’s delicious. You can make your own pizza dough and hummus from scratch but I simply buy fresh pizza dough from the grocery store or from my favorite Italian restaurant and my Nanny Family’s favorite store bought hummus. Let the children spread the […]

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“How to Build a Snowman” and Craft

After reading “How to Build a Snowman” to the children in your care, allow toddlers and preschoolers to paint and paste together this snowman craft. “How to Build a Snowman” is an innovative and interactive touch-and-feel winter fun book for babies and toddlers by Little Scholastic. A very first winter book with different textures to […]

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Chicken Biryani

This is a delicious chicken dinner that is bursting with amazing flavors by Daniela Apostolic from the My Gorgeous Recipes web site. The rice is cooked to perfection and chicken cooked in fragrant, but mild Indian spices are combined in one fantastic dish that everyone in the family can enjoy. You Will Need: 2 chicken […]

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New Year’s Eve Hats

I found templates for New Year’s Eve Hats at The Printablesfairy.com web site. It’s best to use heavyweight paper to print the template on. Let the kids decorate the hats any way they want. We curled ribbons to add to the top of the hats. You Will Need: Heavyweight or Craft PaperTemplates from printablesfsiry.com ScissorScotch […]

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Jam Filled Christmas Cookies

This easy to make Shortbread Cookie recipe creates the cutest cookies, perfectly sweet and full of buttery flavor. Sandwich strawberry jam between two cookies and dust them with powdered sugar is simply delectable this time of year. You can purchase the supplies by tapping the links below or visit my storefront by clicking here. You […]

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Homemade Holiday Lacing Cards

Here is a fun and easy boredom buster to keep the kids busy this holiday season. I used cardboard to make these lacing cards but you can use heavyweight craft paper or foam sheets you can get at the craft store too. Try using all different sized holiday-shaped lacing cards for the little ones to […]

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“I Got the Christmas Spirit” by Connie Schofield-Morrison and Frank Morrison

I am always in awe of Frank Morrison’s illustrations. They are so celebratory and sweet, and this story brings to life the real spirit of giving we should all have during the holiday season. In I Got the Christmas Spirit the wife-and-husband writer-illustrator team produces a Christmas journey in which a young girl and her […]

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Christmas Tree Pizza

This easy recipe combines children’s love of both Christmas and pizza. I use store bought fresh pizza dough and pesto sauce to make it super easy and quick for the children to make their own holiday pizza. Using pesto sauce instead of tomato sauce makes for a great looking Christmas tree pizza. You Will Need: […]

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Handmade Christmas Tree Cards

Children love making holiday cards and their friends and family love receiving the personalized cards as well. A 7-year-old girl and I simply cut triangles from white paper to make a tree shape on holiday colored card stock paper for her Christmas cards. You Will Need: Patterned Holiday Card Stock Paper Solid Color Card Stock […]

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Eggplant Parmesan

This is an easy eggplant Parmesan recipe I found on the All Recipes web site. I made this dinner for a vegetarian family that eats dairy and loves cheese. It is really delicious and the kids love it served with a salad with Parmesan crisps and garlic bread or cheesy pesto breadsticks. You Will Need: […]

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