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Kids grow Cherimoya Trees

Kids love the cherimoya fruits, which have a sweet tropical pudding consistency and are so yummy as frozen sorbet. Because the fruits are very delicate, cherimoyas are not often seen in the grocery store, making them even more of a…

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Kid Chef Pear Nut Biscuits

Kids can grow an organic pear tree in the backyard or in large container on the patio for delicious winter snacks, that are yummy in salads, baked goods, and treats. Pears are rich in fiber, Vitamin C, and potassium and…

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Kids Fruit Tree Year

Kids can get in tune with the changing seasons by growing their own fruit trees, as the gardening year has its own rhythm, flowering, fruiting, and ripening. Winter is the dormant season for fruit trees, where most fruit trees and…

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Kids Heirloom Apples

There are thousands of cultivars of apples. Heirloom apples are older varieties with a wide diversity of seasons, flavor, and texture, produced in open pollination, and grown in small batches that have adapted to their local environment. Warmer winters and…

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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…

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Kids Grow Organic Fig Trees

Kids can grow fig trees in large pots in a warm, bright spot where trees will be protected from late frosts, such as a south facing wall. Fig trees take minimal care and do not require much water or feeding…

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Kids Outdoor Sports Snacks

Kids need to put down the electric devises, get outside, and be active. Getting kids outside regularly as part of an organized sport team gives them the exercise and social skills they need. Even educational video games can turn into…

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