The other day we learned about pears and why they’re an awesome fruit. Check out the recipes below for ideas on how to incorporate pears into your life. 🍐🍐🍐 For more information on how to make these tasty creations, click here.
#2 of 12 days of Kids Create Pears are associated with the holiday season, the phrase “…and a partridge in a pear treeeeee!” might come to mind. That phrase might be referring to the “first day of Christmas” but we like to do things a little different on the Kids Create blog, so we’re talkingContinue reading “Pears! #2 of 12 Days of Kids Create”
Have you built a snowman yet this year? A typical snowman is often built using snow, sticks for arms, rocks for the eyes and mouth, and a carrot for the nose. Today we’re learning how to make a snowman you can eat for lunch! This idea comes from choosemyplate.gov – check this site out forContinue reading “#1 of 12 Days of Kids Create”
You might be familiar with the song “The 12 days of Christmas”, here on Kids Create we’re going to do our own rendition of the 12 days! There will be twelve days during the month of December dedicated to bringing you holiday joy in the form of recipes, nutrition tips, activity ideas, and more! DayContinue reading “12 days of Kids Create!”
When it’s cold outside sometimes we have to get creative and think of different ways to stay active. Remember, 60 minutes of physical activity each day is recommended to keep our bodies happy and healthy. In the summer months it’s easy to go outside for a walk or to run around at the park butContinue reading “Stay Active this Winter!”
Don’t let the adults do all the cooking this Thanksgiving! Use your excellent cooking skills to bring something delicious to the table. Below is a tasty recipe that will leave all your family and friends saying “I didn’t know vegetables could taste this good!”. For this recipe you’ll need brussel sprouts, sweet potatoes, garlic, oliveContinue reading “Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Brussel Sprouts”
Besides eating a delicious meal, what else do you like to do on Thanksgiving? While you’re waiting for the food to be ready, here are five fun activities you could do with your family/friends: (1) Play football or flag football. (2) Take a walk or hike. (3) Run in a Turkey Trot. Go to this websiteContinue reading “Thanksgiving Fun!”
Just because Halloween is over doesn’t mean that pumpkin season is over! Some may argue that you can’t have Thanksgiving without pumpkin pie. If you’re a pumpkin lover, check out the image below to discover more ways to cook/bake with pumpkin! Get the recipes at this link: https://www.choosemyplate.gov/seasonal-fall
ChooseMyPlate.gov is a website that teaches people how to eat a balanced diet. The website also has important information about avoiding food waste. Check out the infographic below to learn about food waste and how you can prevent it! Share this information with your family so they can reduce food waste too!
Need some more snack ideas? Below are some snacks that include all your favorite fruits and vegetables! Fruits and vegetables are important sources of nutrients that your body needs and loves. Not only are these snacks nutritious but they’re also FUN to make. Get creative with your snacks and let us know how it goes!