In our first ecological article, we will learn a few things about the zero waste movement, we will see an ecological, handmade wordless book for children and we will make a zero waste cheesecake with a base of melomakarona left over from the holidays.
In our new festive article, then, we will get to know our Santa Claus through the book Our Santa Claus by Patakis Publishers, we will learn the history of Santa Claus in Europe and America and we will make the vasilopita of Eat Dessert First Greece to welcome 2021!
In our new, literary and playful article we will discuss wordless books, watch short films, and play two games for both kids and adults! And as a gift, an observational game for you to download!
In our new article, dedicated to children’s literature, you will read a personal memory that will make you laugh, sweet thoughts on the value of children’s books and useful information about the various genres of children’s books.
Our first pet friendly article is dedicated to our best friends, animals. We will learn about the benefits of having pets at home from the evolutionary psychologist Magda Daskalaki and we will share our personal story, along with a surprise recipe, healthy biscuits for dogs and humans!
For St. Valentine’s Day we will share some sweet writings, paintings and photos, along with a sweet, flourless brownie with berries and almonds, and mostly a wish, everyone’s hearts and lives to fill with even more, true love!
In our new sweet article we will make a handmade Christmas chef’s hat and bake Christmas cookies, wearing it proudly! We will also talk about the benefits of children’s participating in cooking and baking at home and in school.
To wish a sweet back to school, we started with some thoughts on the transition from preschool to primary school, we travelled to London to talk about healthy school meals and ended up at a mystery story about the French tarte Tatin. And of course we made our own healthy apple crumble pie!
Some thoughts on the importance of serenity at home for children, and adults also, to share and put in our minds and our souls.