Month: February 2015

A Bright Family Table: Shake It Up! Adding Variety on Purpose Part 2

Part Two: Create Family Rules   If you have decided that your family needs more variety and less predictability when it comes to mealtimes you can shake things up by making up a few household “rules.” Begin by stating that the

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5 Ideas for Indoor Creative Play

By: Kalynn Smalley, MS, CF-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist Looking for ideas to keep your little ones entertained while the snow and ice keep you indoors? Allow your creative juices to flow with these 5 ideas for inventing play scenarios with everyday

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A Bright Family Table: Shake It Up! Adding Variety and Change on Purpose

By: Amy Foster, MS.Ed. Developmental Specialist and Mother of 4 Have you ever made a meal for your family with items that they usually eat and had it be refused because it “looks different?” Or, if you could not find

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Recipe: Radish Chips

By: Amy Foster, MS.Ed. Developmental Specialist and Mother of 4 I have been putting radish chips on my family table for years and wanted to share this slightly unusual, colorful and crispy snack. Ingredients: Radishes Ice Salt Directions: Slice radishes

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A Bright Family Table: Kid Friendly Kitchen

By: Amy Foster, Developmental Specialist and Mother of 4 Getting children into the kitchen can be beneficial in so many ways. How many times have you heard that a child will be more willing to try a food if he

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