Fun Easter Activities with Kids can be setting the table together in a spring theme, or how about building a fancy mansion for the bunny?
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Peanut Butter – homemade
This is easy-peasy recipe for 100% homemade peanut butter will keep the kids busy, happy and shiny
Cooking Matters – a food skills project
Cooking Matters – a food skills project – Cooking Matters is THE food skills project for school kids (6 – 14yrs). This hands-on educational school garden- and cooking programme empowers the school kids to strengthen their sense of sustainability by teaching them the importance of growing, harvesting and cooking their own produce – independently! By […]
Homemade pepernoten recipe
Pepernoten Homemade pepernoten with only the good stuff, no nasties! Super easy to make, super fun too and your kitchen smells great! There is a whole bunch of spices that make up the well known speculaas kruiden or rather speculaas spices as kruiden refer to herbs… anyway here’s how you can make this heartwarming mix […]
Anxiety in Kids
Some children are more likely to have worries and anxiety than others, even within the same family. If any child is experiencing anxiety, it is important to talk to your child about their thoughts, feels, and worries.
DIY Weather station – activity for kids
This DIY weather station for kids is a fun interactive indoor activity to do when the outdoors is just a bit too much.
Extreme weather, hot or cold, sometimes limits our time outdoors, thankfully nature is mostly just a window away!
Self-Reflection Activity for Kids
Mirror, Mirror, on the wall… Self-Reflection Activity for Kids Self-reflection is a great beneficial tool for both kids and adults. Reflecting on one’s actions and behaviours is a great way to grow as an individual. It can assist in determining and identifying triggers in coping with big emotions. Self-reflection is essential for goal-setting, as it […]
Sensory Activity for kids
Sensory activities are a great way to teach mindfulness with children. It can be anything that involves a sense of sight, smell, sound, taste, touch and even internal emotions and physical movement.
My Next Mission
Setting goals is important for kids as it establishes a sense of purpose for their actions. Realistic, meaningful goal help with decision making, improves self-confidence and independence, and teaches perseverance.
‘It is important for parents, educators, and coaches to know that the growth mindset that sits in their heads may not get through to children unless they use learning-focused practices’