Claire Lowther
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Asian Honey Lemon Chicken - coated in a crispy and crunchy coating and covered in a delicious citrus sweet & tangy sauce that is even better than your local Chinese takeout restaurant! Best of all, it's full of authentic flavors and super easy to make with just 15 minutes of prep time. Skip that takeout menu! This is so much better and healthier! Weekly meal prep or leftovers are great for lunch bowls for work or school. Can be made gluten free & paleo friendly.

Asian Honey Lemon Chicken - coated in a crispy and crunchy coating and covered in a delicious citrus sweet & tangy sauce that is even better than your local Chinese takeout restaurant! Best of all, it's full of authentic flavors and super easy to make with just 15 minutes of prep time. Skip that takeout menu! This is so much better and healthier! Weekly meal prep or leftovers are great for lunch bowls for work or school. Can be made gluten free & paleo friendly.

A great science experiment for kids! Why do birds migrate in the shape of a "v"? A great lesson on wind resistance!

A great science experiment for kids! Why do birds migrate in the shape of a "v"? A great lesson on wind resistance!

PATTERN MATCHING | a simple busy bag idea | laminated paper clothes + velcro dots + paddle pop sticks | match tops with bottoms or mix them up, dress family members by adding head shots or match clothes to a season! | @oliviasfoster

PATTERN MATCHING | a simple busy bag idea | laminated paper clothes + velcro dots + paddle pop sticks | match tops with bottoms or mix them up, dress family members by adding head shots or match clothes to a season! | @oliviasfoster

At the beginning of a clothes study, you might ask during large group time: “What do we know about clothes?” and then create a chart that records the children’s answers. A tip: Pause after you ask a question. Some children may need more time to process your words before they are ready to respond. Invite children who usually respond quickly to think quietly for a moment, too.

At the beginning of a clothes study, you might ask during large group time: “What do we know about clothes?” and then create a chart that records the children’s answers. A tip: Pause after you ask a question. Some children may need more time to process your words before they are ready to respond. Invite children who usually respond quickly to think quietly for a moment, too.