Author: Donna Krahn

Food Traditions of Christmas

It doesn’t matter where you live on the globe, food is central to celebrations. The food may look different from place to place and celebration to celebration, but the Christmas celebration has some great food traditions. In Mexico you might eat tamales – time-consuming to make, so always a treat for Christmas.

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STEM, STEAM, STREAM

STEM, STEAM, STREAM – Are you confused? You see these acronyms plastered everywhere. Not just on your educational materials, but on toys and kits and things that are supposed to be fun. So what does this all mean?

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Whoo-Hoo, Vacation!

When I was a child, vacation was always in the summer and the week between Christmas and New Years. I went to public school and vacation meant “no school!” It was a time to just play, have no schedule and fit in a trip to somewhere.

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Resurrection Rolls

This fun and easy Easter treat enforces the story of the burial and resurrection of Jesus. Make these with your little ones the night before, let them sit in the “tomb” over night, and watch their surprise when they find them empty!

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