Talking to your children about social issues like hunger can be difficult, but it’s important. 800,000 Canadians a month receive assistance from food banks according to Food Banks Canada, the only national charitable organization dedicated to helping Canadians living with hunger. One third of the Canadians facing hunger are children. Before starting a conversation, find out what […]
Snacks are a big part of your child’s day. During a busy week, it’s tempting to grab chips, crackers, and cookies for easy, to-go snacks. Even those granola bars that look like a good choice are often full of sugar. It’s important you feel good about your children’s snack habits and that they eat what you […]
It can be a struggle getting kids to eat a well-balanced meal, filled with food rich in vitamins and nutrients they need. Trying new food or even revisiting food your kids have turned down in the past shouldn’t be a battle. (more…)
Bringing your kids into your kitchen can be challenging. There are potential messes (and hazards) everywhere. But the rewards of cooking with your family far outweigh any clean-up headaches afterward. (more…)
The foodie revolution is in full swing—but why should grown-ups have all the fun? From cooking shows starring “junior” chefs to kitchen toys, kids are discovering the culinary arts…and having a blast doing it. (more…)
Here are a few ways you can get your kids out in the dirt and growing something wonderful.
One of the greatest skills you can give your children is the ability to cook. Here are a few tips that can help you get your kids involved in the kitchen.
Whether it’s a snow day, rainy day or holiday, when the kids are stuck inside, you need activities to keep them occupied. The whole family can get cute and crafty with cookies and clips, or kids can try their tiny hands at helping in the kitchen. Here are some of our favorite indoor kids’ activities—try […]