Igniting Young Minds2020-12-14T11:22:03-07:00

Healthy Supplementary Diet for Your Kids

FYI|

When kids are five years of age; youngsters ought to be consuming a comparative eating regimen to whatever is left of the family and joining in with family dinners. Anyway as in any case they're developing, they may require a couple of additional items to guarantee they get enough vitality. Check ways to incorporate a healthy supplementary diet for your kids.   Verify the Whole Family Eats Well Youngsters will just create good dieting propensities [...]

Homemade Play Dough!

What to Make|

Make your own play dough at home! Ingredients: 1 cup of flour 1 cup of water 1 tablespoon of oil 1 teaspoon of cream of tartar 1/2 cup of salt food coloring Mix the ingredients in a nonstick pan over medium heat until mixture pulls away from the sides of the pan.  Knead until cool. Add in the color of your choice: Have fun squishing the color into the play dough!  Make sure you wear [...]

How to Make Your Own Baby Food

What to Eat, What to Make|

We talked yesterday about some of the most popular organic baby food brands on the market right now. And while their offerings are healthy and nutritious, you might want more control over what your child eats. Scouring over nutrition labels requires vigilience and if your baby has food sensitivities, intolerances, or allergies, paying attention is even more important. So instead of spending all of your time at the supermarket, you might just opt to make [...]

Books About Inspiring Women

Books|

If you're looking for books for your daughter try a few of these books about inspiring women out. They're educational and sure to inspire your little one. Marvelous Mattie: How Margaret E. Knight Became an Inventor By Emily Arnold McCully Margaret E. Knight has been called "the most famous 19th-century woman inventor" In this book we learn about stories of invention and about a woman who stood up for herself and learns from her mistakes. [...]

Cabbage Water Movement Experiment

Mini Scientists|

Nothing like a fun little experiment to pique the interest of young minds. An interest in science is something that must be instilled from a young age and that means regularly coming up with new ways for your kids to interact with (and test) the limits of their world. The cabbage (or celery) water movement experiment is very simple but demonstrates how plants work in a straightforward--and colorful--way. Supplies: 1 Napa Cabbage (or Celery) [...]

Inspiration: Scrapbooking Ideas

Inspiration, What to Make|

Scrapbooking... you've told yourself to do it yet you can't quite seem to get around to it. We have a bunch of scrapbooking ideas to get you inspired. It's a great activity because you're not only getting your creative juices flowing, but it's a good stress reliever and it's an activity you can get your children involved with, too. Think of it as your 3D journal, taking some of the most important milestones in your [...]

Watercolor Valentine Project

What to Make|

We love Valentine’s Day! We love feeling the fuzzy warm spirit in the air, and seeing all of the festive heart shapes everywhere. This year, the boys are definitely excited about exchanging Valentines with friends and family! It's so cute! It's only 4 days away and we thought this fun watercolor project would be a great Valentine’s gift from kids. Each watercolor craft will come out unique as they add their personal touch to it [...]

Inspiration: Kid Friendly Salads

Inspiration|

Kid friendly salads are a tricky thing to master. Some kids don't like when foods touch, some kids don't like veggies and some kids just don't like to eat anything green. When you google "Kid friendly salads" you get a slew of bizarre marshmallow salads with pineapple topped with cool-whip. Well that's not very nutritious is it? It sounds like something out of a retro cookbook doesn't it? Also, please check out those hilarious retro [...]

DIY Rain Boots for Kids Inspiration

Money Savers, What to Make|

Well, April showers bring May flowers (right?) I wonder if that rhyme still applies with all this crazy weather everyone has been getting... Well, it's warm in Los Angeles right now but we did have some rain this month, as you all know... and during all of that torrential downpour I did realize that there was one thing I didn't have in my wardrobe: rain boots. Now, rain boots for kids and adults can be [...]

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