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March Mud-licious Mud
Why Mud Play Matters
Wet sneakers and muddy clothes are prerequisites for understanding the water cycle.
- David Sobel
Yes, mud is dirty, yet it's also awesome. Mud offers not only a wealth of different open ended learning opportunities, yet research backed purpose to boot.
Here, I share that research, some of our favorite muddy activities and resources, and some picture book companions to cozy in with after your much needed shower post play. Click on image for full post.
Made with homemade gummy worms and date sweetened chocolate chia seed pudding these happy cups are a joyful celebration of mud, March, worms, of the earth waking up all around us as we welcome in Spring.
for the recipe/how to click on the image
For the past 12 years I've lived between 7-8,000 ft, which means "cold season" is anywhere between 7-9 months of the year. Being able to make and have these on hand any time is wonderful. It saves you a quite a bit of money compared to buying them and you know the quality of all the ingredients going into these tasty little treats.
These happy gummies combine the immune boost from elderberry syrup with the gut benefits of gelatin for a healthy and delicious treat. Click on image for how to
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