I have shared my chocolate muffins recipe and also my carrot cake recipe recently. And I have told you earlier that baking chocolate muffins was the activity I planned to carry out with my eight years old as he was getting bored the other day.
So why did I think of such activity? What did my son learn out from it?
Oh well, there were a number of things, a little bit of Math and a little bit of Science and a little bit of Reading involved in the different tasks we did to make the muffins. Not to forget the cognitive and instructions following skills that were on the run while the activity was being carried out! Continue reading
My younger one is having his winter vacations and today he is feeling lonely and fed up. Vacations have been extended here till next Monday and so I decided for him a different sort of activity today to keep him busy and also that would boost learning in his young mind while having fun…
So its baking time here in my kitchen!
Learn how to use your baking activity as a means of teaching your child here.
I have decided to make chocolate muffins today. If you are looking for lunch box ideas for your kids, then this recipe will come in handy for you, it is a very easy chocolate muffins recipe and it makes the yummmmmiest chocolate muffins. Believe me, this recipe of chocolate muffins is so simple that kids can alone follow it. Also read my Carrot cake recipe, which is another very healthy lunch box idea for kids. Continue reading
I have tried this carrot cake recipe so so many times, and every time it has come out to be perfect! This carrot cake recipe is very easy, though it takes time to bake. This carrot cake is immensely loved by my kids. Its one of the healthiest snacks around during winters, especially when carrots are long and red and juicy. I often make it in my kitchen, fill up an air tight box and keep it aside for putting in my kids lunch boxes. Continue reading