Pinterest is a great resource for recipes, crafts and pretty pictures. but did you also know that it is a great resource for the little ones? These three pages are chock full of tips for parents, but kids can get in on the fun too – see below!
Zina’s boards have over 270,000 followers. We love the creative kids recipes and different ideas for fun seasonal activities.
Zulily maintains 27 boards of clothes, art and accessories for kids and moms. The cute pictures on their boards feature themed clothes so your kiddos can help pick out their threads!
Kathy James’ boards may be some of our all time favorites. Games, crafts, science experiments, ideas for holidays and of course recipes! All geared for little eyes, ears and hands.
Just because we don’t have a board, doesn’t mean we’re not on Pinterest! Check out some of our friends who have found us and pinned us!
Summertime means the living’s easy – and it’s the perfect time to bust out the tiki torches for an outdoor shindig. Try these easy entertaining ideas that will be a hit with adults and kids alike!
Try a donut ring eating contest from LiLsugar.com
Summer means s’mores! Try this recipe from Fatgirltrappedinaskinnybody!
This recipe for Italian Soda from our Italian Cookbook is elegant enough for kids but will also provide a fizzy treat for your youngest party goers.
Make sure to post pictures of your summer soiree to our Facebook and Twitter pages!
Handstand Kids are healthy kids and yours can be healthy too! Summer leaves you with so much time for fun projects, why not start growing your own veggies to use in Handstand Kids recipes? We’ve provided some tips below on how to grow veggies from existing veggies so planting is a snap. Watch your child’s love of science grow along with these little plants and you’ll continue their learning process into the summer!
Using seed potatoes slice into sections making sure that each has at least three “eyes” Pour lightly salted water into a dish with the potato pieces eye-side down. Place the dish in the sun and let it sit for a day or two, until you begin to notice the eyes growing sprouts.
Full growing information here.
Cut 1 inch of the crown of the carrot. Place the carrot tops into a plate or saucer. Make sure the plate you take has big enough flat surface so that the carrot tops can be placed easily in it. Add soil, sand, pebbles and lukewarm water into the plate. Make sure that only the end of the carrot tops are dipped under the layer of water and soil. Place the carrot plate in a sunny part of the house.
Full growing information here.
Once you’ve grown your veggies you’re all set to make a delicious Handstand Kids recipe. We like using carrots in our Peanut Salad recipe from our Handstand Kids Chinese Cookbook.
Make sure to post pictures of your growing garden – and the recipes you use that summer bounty in – to our Facebook and Twitter pages!
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