Tuesday, September 28, 2010

"Kid's Kitchen- 40 Fun and Healthy Recipes to Make and Share" for ages 8 and up

Kids' Kitchen 40 Fun and Healthy Recipes to Make and Share
Written By: Fiona Bird
Illustrated By: Roberta Arenson

Step into the kitchen for some child-friendly fun with food. The forty recipes in this colorful book are based around the five main food groups, and offers a healthy and exciting way to learn about cooking. Ages 8 and up 

Here are some fun Halloween Activities to do with your children!  You can also download these and more activities on our Website!

 


 

11 comments:

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  2. These look great! I love all of the Halloween crafts and recipes!!
    Big Fat Mama

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