Lockdown Recipe: Focaccia Bread

Try this recipe for a lovely, flavorful bread that’s perfect for dipping in olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Easy to make and delicious for snacks or sides.

Recipe for Kids: Sushi Bake

When the little ones love sushi but you couldn’t be bothered with all that rolling, here’s an easy solution that both kids and adults will love.

Lockdown Recipe: French Toast

French toast adds a sweet twist to your morning toast. This is always a popular breakfast / snack staple for kids and it is super easy to make. Check our recipe here.

Math Activity for Kids: Tens Frames

Making your own flash card-style tens frames is an excellent way to teach kids math concepts. You can use it to cover lessons on math facts, addition, subtraction and place values.

Kids Science Experiment: Bouncing Raisins

Here’s an easy base + acid science experiment you can do at home. The raisins look like they are bouncing because the carbon dioxide bubbles produced by the chemical reaction which lifts and drops the raisins.

Lockdown Fun: Shadow Play

This classic activity never loses its appeal. Shadow play is a fun and easy way to have a device-free evening. So get that torch out and get creative!

Lockdown Recipe: Pretzels

Our pretzel recipe is a sure hit with the kids. You can go sweet or savory with this soft and chewy pretzel base. Enjoy!

Lockdown Recipe: Homemade Pizza Dough

It’s always fun to make homemade pizza with the kids. Plus, it can be a learning activity for fractions, too! Check out our recipe for chewy, crunchy pizza dough.

My Lockdown Activity Book

I created this book for my daughter, niece and nephew — who are all school-aged kids between 7 and 8-years-old. I decided to share it with other parents who are currently under lockdown due to Covid-19 and may be dealing with very bored children. I am not an artist, so the artwork here are not…

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