Mud Pie, or ice cream cake, is easy to put together and totally customizable based on your preferences for flavour. If there’s an ice cream substitute you like, you could make a non-dairy version and make it vegan. I have heard good things about frozen coconut milk-based “ice cream.” Depending on your options you could easily be nut free too.
Kids and video games will always be a divisive topic among parents. Questions of play time, educational value, and appropriate content will always be asked when it comes to decided how much or what types of video games our kids should be playing. If that wasn’t enough to consider, add in the mobile gaming ecosystem and the issues and questions become even more pronounced.
Far too often we forget our plans made in winter of enjoying each day of nice weather once spring arrives. There are always excuses for remaining indoors on a beautiful day, so we need to surround of lives with enticing options outdoors.
Finding games that have the capability to be competed between various ages and skill levels can often be a struggle. Below find a list of the top five outdoor summer games that we’ve enjoyed with our family.
If you have read my previous post on supporting readers, you will know that I firmly believe that providing good books for kids is the most important thing you can do when helping your child learn to read. Creating excitement can make all the difference, especially if you are dealing with a reluctant reader.
Nothing says summer more than the delicious scent of baking rhubarb strawberry crunch..or crisp, crumble, or if you aren’t afraid of pastry, rhubarb strawberry pie. Strawberry rhubarb? Either or! I end this recipe with crunch because the topping is quite cookie-like, and holds up to the soft, delicious fruit base.