Celebrate the 51st anniversary of Earth Day by getting your kids involved in five fun and eco-friendly activities!
Discover five plants and fungi from across the country to look out for when you go foraging with your kids during the spring!
We’ve broken down four common forms of sugar–sucrose, fructose, glucose, and lactose–and what you should know about them.
Minimalism expert, Zoë Kim, shares eight practical steps to getting started with (and maintaining) a minimalist lifestyle–even with kids!
IN THE ISSUE
Spring is on the horizon and we couldn’t be happier to take on this new season! If organization is on your to-do list, it may be a good idea to learn the philosophy of “less is more.” Now’s the perfect time to learn how to spring clean your home and declutter your life in our feature, “How to Live a Minimalist Lifestyle with Kids” (p. 23).
There are so many delicious fruits and veggies that come into season in the upcoming months, and we encourage you to seek out those that are local and in abundance for a more planet-friendly diet. Before you hit the farmers’ market, check out our recipe feature, “In-Season Eating: Three Dishes that Celebrate the Tastes of Spring” (p. 16).
Don’t miss other hot topics from our favorite experts, like dietician Melissa Halas in her “Ask the Nutrition Expert” column (p. 14), and sleep guru, Carolynne Harvey, on the “4-Month Sleep Regression Survival Guide” (p. 13).
From our KIWI family to yours, we wish you a healthy and happy spring!