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Participating in service-day activities can encourage your kids to give back, care for those in need, and build stronger communities.
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IN THE ISSUE
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! While you may not be gathering with loved ones near or far, with a little creativity and a lot of gratitude, you can still experience plenty of holiday magic. And that’s where this issue of KIWI comes in! It’s bursting with holiday cheer for the whole family.
Turn your home into a winter wonderland with our three adorable eco-crafts (p. 25). Then whip up some yummy appetizers for the family to nibble on from our feature, “Healthy and Festive Holiday Hors d’oeuvre” (p. 17). If you want to enjoy the holidays but keep the sugar intake in check, Carolyn Williams, registered dietitian, cookbook author, and Beyond the Lunchbox speaker, shares her tips on page 15.
If you’ve got shopping on the brain, The Great KIWI Gift Guide features sustainable, adorable, and fun gifts for the whole gang (p. 21). Whether you want to spark your kiddo’s cinematic creativity, gift mom with some luxe loungewear, or supply dad with a subscription of regenerative organic coffee from around the world, there’s something in here for everyone.
Don’t miss our other stories on “5 Socially-Distant Ways to Celebrate the Holidays” (p. 7), “Ask the Nutrition Expert: Is Soy Safe for Kids” (p. 31), and so much more.
From our KIWI family to yours, we wish you a healthy and happy holiday season.