Everyone knows kids love peanut butter and jelly, but what about peanut butter and raisins or peanut butter and marshmallows?
Peanut butter sandwiches have been a staple in kids’ lunchboxes for ever. Most kids love peanut butter and it is less likely to spoil if not refrigerated. It packs a lot of protein in a lunch as well and can be healthy for your child.
Shea butter is a luxurious skin moisturizer with significant therapeutic benefits. It’s also a sustainable mainstay crop for West African villagers.
What is Shea Butter?
Shea butter is a gift from nature with its healing, beautifying and regenerating properties. The precious butter is held within the Karite fruit of the (ka-ree-tay) tree, which grows wild in West Africa.
Making butter is a fun science experiment that both teaches and entertains students.
Holiday dinners, especially around Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter, typically revolve around many family members. Instead of sitting in front of the TV or game console, kids can make butter, a fun way to add to the dinner table. Making butter is simple and does not require any complicated equipment. It is simple to do in the classroom, and the recipe can be sent home for sharing the holiday fun.