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

The Card People

Books, Brain Food|

The Card People James Sulzer 2016 ISBN:  978-0-9974956-7-6 Fuze Publishing 274 pages “Who’s ready for a card game?” James Sulzer has written a young adult novel entitled ‘The Card People’.  This is the story of Paul Kapadia and his voyage to know his father and continue his dad’s work.  Paul’s dad was into nanotechnology and with a deck of cards that he and his dad used came alive and asked for help to combat [...]

Guide to Repacking a Product

Your Daily Zen|

Packaging is one of life's mysteries... Ikea packaging? Don't get me started... I understand they're incredibly efficient, but it's next to impossible to re-package anything I've ever bought from there unless you have a packaging degree (which is not a thing) Here's An Honest Guide to Repacking a Product from one of our favorite sites How to be a Dad. Next time you're trying to cram a toy you need to return back in its [...]

Kids being Kids

Your Daily Zen|

  Kids can be a little messy at time, a little loud... a little hell bent on destroying your house? I'm not sure if you've ever visited Sh*t My Kids Ruined but it'll make you laugh and cringe (sometimes at the same time). Here are some of my favorite examples of kids being kids, with the commentary from their parents:   "Lesson in parenting a toddler: just because the toddler has handled something gently in the [...]

Gluten Free Blueberry Muffins

What to Eat|

Blueberry muffins are so comforting and kids love them. Blueberries are that compromise between fruit and chocolate chips. They're just sweet enough to be delicious yet they're fruit! Packed with antioxidants - and they make great finger paint and stain clothing! I'm off topic now, but, gluten free blueberry muffins taste exactly the same - just without all that gluten! So whether you or your child has a gluten intolerance they can still enjoy a [...]

Kid Safe Spring Cleaning Products

I Want That|

It's that time of year again! The one we all dread. The Easter bunny is about to make an appearance but before he does, you need to get rid of some other bunnies, of the dust variety. Yes, it's time for spring cleaning and for many that means pulling out highly-toxic chemical laden cleaners and products that require a ton of ventilation to use and even then still aren't safe. This is even more [...]

Gardening with Kids: Ladybug Rocks

Backyard Projects, What to Make|

My mom would drag me into the backyard in the summer when I was little and it's actually amazing how much you retain from just watching your parents garden. Since it's almost March I figured I would start a series called Gardening with Kids. Gardening is fantastic for children because there is so much to learn and see. Your kids can learn about fruits and veggies, assist with the planting and of course, play with [...]

Tie-Dye Easter Eggs

What to Make|

Make some cool and interesting Tie-Dye Easter Eggs! Materials Needed: Paper towels Blown out eggs or hard boiled eggs Water sprayer with a mix of a bit of vinegar and water Plastic wrap Food coloring Directions: 1.  First place a couple of layer of paper towel on top of some plastic wrap.   2.  Spray the vinegar and water mix to dampen the paper towel. 3.  With the food coloring of your choice, make designs [...]

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