Kids Step Up for the Planet

Kids can help preserve our country’s natural beauty and the Earth’s resources by choosing to create sustainable habits in their daily lives. Kids can be kind to the environment by growing their own organic raised veggie bed garden. Organic gardening improves the soil, air, and water in the garden, as it uplifts the spirit, renews…

Kids go to Nature’s Pantry

Going to the veggie garden is like having Christmas every day! When kids grow their own organic raised bed garden, they always find something growing and can connect with the wonder of Nature, planting, harvesting and cooking. As the seasons change, kids can eat magical ingredients fresh picked from the tree, plucked from a shrub…

Kids Home Cooking

Tired and busy parents don’t want to come home to spend time cooking from scratch. However, home is the best place to spend time with the family, not at some noisy fast food place eating excessive amounts of sugar, salt, and fat. Cooking at home and eating together, parents and kids, is the best things…

Kid Chef Acorn Squash and Apple

Kids can plant organic acorn squashes in their raised bed garden in the spring and harvest them in the fall. Acorn squash is rich in fiber, Vitamin C and B6, beta carotene, and minerals. Apples, also harvested in the fall, are a tasty companion, making this dish a kid’s favorite. Kids can deseed, peal, and…

Kids Feed their Brain

The brain’s evolution took place over millions of years and our early ancestors ate 98% vegetarian. What kids eat affects their brain. Plant food provides brain essential vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, good carbohydrates, good fats, and lean protein for today’s dementia free centenarians. The dietary fiber in vegetables, as well as in grains, legumes, and berries,…

Kids Halloween Snacks

Kids can make horrifying snacks that look terrible, but taste terrific for their Halloween party. Putting nauseating names on cards placed next to spooky snack plates makes them extra scary.  Carmel Popcorn Brains with raspberry jam can be served with their card saying, “Fresh Brains. Eat me and get smarter”. Kids can serve their dishes…

Kids Organize the Kitchen

Organizing the kitchen to clear out unnecessary cooking gear with your kids is a great way to enlighten kids about the kitchen tools and create easy access to your pots and pans.  Because fumes from a smoking nonstick pan are toxic for kids and the environment, kids can help remove aluminum and nonstick pans from…

Kids Healthy Habits

Kids can learn healthy habits for a lifetime by growing their own organic garden at home, school, or community garden, and have access to whole organic foods, which are the building blocks of good health. Big corporations, like Big Food, Big Pharma, and Big Tech, are trying to shape the way Americans eat, think, and…

Kids grow a Salad

Kids in California can plant a salad garden in the fall for tasty salad greens all winter long. Many salad greens benefit with sweeter and richer flavors by maturing in cool weather. Kids can plant an organic seed mix of salad greens in a small raised bed or planter box filled with rich organic soil…

Teen Yoga for Pain Relief

Instead of taking opioids, many teens are choosing to do yoga for pain relief. Teen yoga classes are now available at City Recreation and Park Departments, Boys and Girls Clubs, YMCAs, and Teen Centers. Yoga is a proven treatment for back, knee, neck, and hip pain, as well as rehabilitation from surgeries. Yoga uses movement,…