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A great way to cook healthier is to enlist the children. Make cooking a bonding exercise and an educational tool for healthy eating.


Healthy Eating Tips: Breaking Bad Habits and Getting the Whole Family Involved

Getting your kids to eat their vegetables can be a daunting task. It’s no wonder that so many parents find themselves stuck in the same “eat your veggies” battle every night. But it doesn’t have to be this way! There are plenty of ways to get your kids excited about healthy eating—and it doesn’t have to involve traditional boring healthy food. In this article, we’re going to take a look at a few simple […]

The Key to Making Healthy Foods Your Kids Will Like

Want to foster a love of cooking with your children? Then it is essential to get them started right now at a young age.

5 Ways to Get Your Kids Interested in Cooking

I am a parent and an assistant professor who teaches an introductory course about humanitarian crises and children, Child Protection in Emergencies (CPiE). What we are experiencing with COVID-19 is a humanitarian crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an abrupt shift in the “normal day” and has brought challenges to all of us. In times […]

Black American Parenting During the COVID-19 Crisis

With the recent and rapid spread of the Coronavirus around the U.S, quarantine is proving to be a very stressful time for parents as they try to juggle working at home and keeping their children occupied and up to date with their schoolwork. It won’t be long for those kiddos to start getting stir crazy, […]

10 Activities to Keep the Kids from Driving You Insane During Quarantine

Contributed Post: More African American parents are dissatisfied with the public school environment and curriculum than ever before and they have taken matters into their own hands by homeschooling their children. In the last 15 years, the amount of African American parents homeschooling their children has doubled. If you have little ones who are happy to stay […]

How to Avoid the Common Mistakes of Homeschooling Parents

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