Kids Lunch Wraps

Wraps are wonderful treats for kids’ lunches as they are delicious, portable, and varied. Kids enjoy organic whole wheat tortillas which make great wraps for kids to try new foods. Kids can be adventurous and stuff their wrap with different varieties of grains, beans, salad, and veggies. Gluten free organic brown rice wraps and organic…

Kid Chef Swiss Chard Pesto

Kids can make a quick and easy snack for parties or afterschool with a garden harvest of organic Swiss chard and a fresh organic baguette. Swiss chard is rich in phytonutrients, antioxidants, and vitamins and is not native to Switzerland but to Greece. Kids can wash several leaves of organic Swiss chard and cut the…

Kids Power Lunch

Kids need power lunches to fuel up for school and afterschool activities. Kids can learn to eat healthy lunches by getting involved with how food grows, how to shop for food at the supermarket, and how to prepare food that tastes great and is filled with energy. The Power Lunch Wrap pictured here contains organic…

Kids Orange Cold Buster

Oranges grew in China 20 million years ago. Now Brazil is the largest producer of oranges, followed by Florida and California. Every year in February, millions of people visit Menton, France, to see sculptures built out of oranges and lemons. Kids can grow an organic orange tree grafted to a dwarf rootstock in a large…

Kids Sustainable School Supplies

Kids can cut back on litter in the land fills and ocean by using sustainable school supplies. Kids can use recycled paper that doesn’t use any new trees. Kids can pack their lunch box with reusable containers and use organic cotton back packs. A plastic shopping bag can take up to 1,000 years to decompose….

Kids Snack Time Fun

On rainy days, kids can create fun snacks with activities that encourage creative thinking. Making edible necklaces is a great snack activity for hand-eye coordination and an introduction to sewing. The fun starts as kids make a snack, wear it, and then eat it. Kids can create edible necklaces with dental floss and a large…

Kids Healthy Eating

Kids that grow an organic container veggie garden have access to the healthiest food on the planet. Kids with access to a salad bar for school lunch eat three times more fruits and veggies, the magic secret for all around health. With farm to school programs, kids can eat fresh organic locally sourced meals. Packaged,…

Kids Macadamia Nuts

Aboriginal Australian kids have been eating Macadamia nuts for thousands of years. In 1882, a sea captain brought macadamia seeds to Hawaii where they were planted in rich volcanic soil to reforest the Big Island after clear cutting for the sugarcane crop. Ethel Naquin, wife of the sugar company manager in Hawaii, made candies by…

Kids Fall Picnic

The warm days of autumn are great for kids to hike in parks ablaze with colorful leaves and picnic next to a sunny spot by a stream. Fresh air and hiking in nature’s splendor with a thermos of water and a picnic is a golden moment to treasure. Friends and family, a spectacular setting, and…

Healthy Kid Sunflowers

Kids can plant sunflowers for a 3 to 12 foot bright spot in the backyard or in a large pot on the patio, where they get at least six hours of sun a day. First kids can plant the seeds in a small peat pot in the house and keep the soil moist. When the…