There’s no denying that children can be very messy and untidy. But does that mean that you have to give up on ever having a completely clean home? Thankfully, there are ways you can enjoy a mess-free home even when you have kids running around.
Hatching out baby chicks with small children can be such a joyous part of homesteading life! Here’s a printable step-by-step chart that works well with stickers, and helps kids keep track of turning the eggs, and checking temperature and humidity. And it serves as a great visual for counting down to hatch day!
This post is all about using essential oils safely to help your children sleep. You’ll learn which oils help with sleep, if they are safe for children, at which age you can begin using them, and how you should diffuse them.
Use this simple recipe, with a few ingredients from your pantry, to make safe and fun finger paint for the little ones! I love knowing what is in my products, especially when it comes to kiddos using them.
This two-part series talks to successful kids at their local farmer markets–why do they choose to have booths? What are the benefits and what have they learned? Join us for this 2nd article to hear their thoughts on what you should seriously consider before your children sign up for next year’s market.
Just how is a kid supposed to develop a good work ethic these days? Homesteading kids understand the value of hard work and of a dollar…and these kids share what they have learned through selling at the Farmer’s Market. Learning social skills, entrepreneurial skills, gardening, art, and learning how to produce quality handmade items…see what […]