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Kids learn best when they are engaged and having fun. Use our interactive workshops and curated selection of family activities to develop new skills in an enjoyable way.

From Hobby to the Master Class!

Basic Raw Chocolate Recipe Cut 80g of raw cacao butter into small pieces Place the cacao butter in a bowl over a pan of hot water and melt gently Add in 80g of raw cacao powder and mix using a spoon And 3 tbsp of yacon syrup or your favorite …

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BFC 2017 Call for Creativity Award: Liudmila Bouros

Call for Creativity Liudmila, a Moldovan art teacher and artist, facilitated the creation of hundreds of postcards for the project. She even accompanied us to the Basel Postkarten Festival on November 4th. Take a look at the artwork submitted by over 150 children from Moldova, Georgia and Switzerland. Vote for …

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Edible Wild Plants on the Plate

Golden Rules: Oregano Hazelnut Pesto recipe 15 hazelnuts 1 big bunch fresh oregano 3 large garlic cloves, chopped 2 tbsp olive oil 3 tbsp nutritional yeast Lemon juice (optional) Salt and pepper to taste Galinsoga (French Weed) with Avocado Dip recipe 20g galinsoga 1 tsp lemon juice 2 tsp water 2 tsp olive oil 1 pinch of …

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Learn Drawing With Online Tutorials

On MyDrawingTutorial YouTube channel there are lots of drawing tutorials on portrait and figure drawing. You can learn from different artists and teachers. The goal of the creator of this channel is to create a community on YouTube where artist can learn and share ideas. Brandon Schaefer on his channel …

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DIY projects for the parents of a toddler

Citrus Peel Garland Cut peels into geometric shapes and string them into a decorative garland when they’re dry! You will need: oranges, a knife to cut the oranges in half (adults only), scissors, baker’s twine, a baking/cookie sheet, hand juicer, spoon. Scrape the orange peels clean with a spoon. Flatten …

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6 Ways to Build Fine Motor Skills of Your Child

Color with broken crayons Difficulties with fine motor skills can make it tough to grip a pencil. Coloring with small, broken crayons encourages your child to hold the crayon correctly—between her thumb and forefinger. Small pieces of chalk and the pencils used on mini-golf courses work well, too. No matter …

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How to motivate your child to love reading?

Read together throughout the day, everyday. Both as a part of your daily routine (for example, a book before bedtime) and at other times just because. This quiet shared reading time helps your child to learn that reading is pleasurable and relaxing. Continue to make time to read aloud together …

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How To Get Your Kids In The Garden

Gardens give children the opportunity to explore nature, get a little exercise, and unleash their creativity. In this age of smartphones many parents feel it’s nearly impossible to get their children excited about the outdoors—and we won’t even talk about their lack of enthusiasm for veggies. But kids are interested in …

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Cooking with kids is pure fun!

Here are some tips on cooking together with kids. Take your time — expect everything to take longer than it usually would so set aside extra time for cooking and be aware, that particularly for younger children, the journey is as much fun as the destination! Expect a lot of …

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Inspiration for Family Fun

The team of the Red Tricycle believe the best memories are created when families do fun things together and they believe every day is an opportunity to create new stories. The mission is to help every parent feel like a rock star by inspiring them to do fun things with …

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