Check out our guide below to help your kids learn about the leader of the United States, how they’re elected, and what their powers are.
Create healthy and easy marinades to pump up any chicken dish. Using a few basic recipes, you can take your chicken from bland to flavorful.
Learn about suffragettes, their campaign for women’s right to vote, and the triumph of the ratification of the 19th amendment.
As the school year settles in, it’s important to provide your little ones with a space to complete their assignments, attend virtual class, and do homework.
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This back-to-school season may look different for many kids, including ours. We’re thinking about our KIWI family far and wide and sending our support, holding strong to the idea that we’ll get through this together.
There are still ways to celebrate life throughout the hardships and we encourage you to do so when possible. That’s why we’re sharing “How to Throw a Green Celebration” (pg. 18) for your kids this coming year. Even if your guest list is just close family, these simple sustainable swaps are so easy and fun.
If school lunch is on your mind, check out our yummy and nutritious recipe feature, “Love Your Lunch” (pg. 27). Don’t miss even more meal ideas in our Healthy Recipes section online. If you’re searching for ways to support your immunity, whip up these delicious “Gut-Healthy Recipes” (pg. 23) for your family’s dinner. And if picky eating is a problem in your house, Melissa Halas’ new “Ask the Nutrition Expert” column (pg. 21) is a must-read this issue.
With much of our kid’s days now spent online, internet safety is an essential conversation every family should be having. Our “Practical Guide for Teens and Tweens on Social Media” (pg. 34) will help you get started. It uncovers the risks our kids face and shares solutions to keep youngsters safe online.
From all of us at KIWI, we wish you a healthy and safe fall filled with cherished family time and outdoor adventures.