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Minestrone Soup Recipe

The best way to stay warm this winter is with a hot bowl of soup. It’s time for you to try our traditional minestrone soup recipe. This recipe can feed a family of four for multiple days. If you want a smaller portion, cut all the ingredients in half. Follow the steps below for this simple soup that will fill everyone’s tummy. Minestrone Soup Recipe: Ingredients: 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 2 large onion, diced 4 cloves garlic, minced 4 stalks celery, diced 1 cup shredded carrot 3/4 pound green beans 4 medium zucchini 4 cups spinach 2 15-ounce can low-sodium kidney...[Read more]

Daylight Saving Time – Activity Sheet

Make sure you change your clocks this Sunday. Lil’ Iguana’s dad is always watching the time for her kids to come home. Help him change his watch to the correct time. Read the times listed in the boxes below and draw the hands on each clock to help Mr. Iguana tell the time. After you are done, color the sheet for added fun. Share your answers with us on social media with hashtag: #liliguanafun Click here to download the printable PDF: Arturo’s Activities –...[Read more]

Meet a Character – Joe Jack

Joe Jack Rabbit, or also known as JJ by his friends, is an energetic nine-year-old boy. Joe is an athletic schoolmate of Lil’ Iguana who lives down the block from all his friends. Above all he enjoys basketball the most, but any sport he fines fun. When Joe isn’t playing sports, he likes to spend time with his very big family. Now that you know more about Joe Jack, design this coloring sheet based on his personality.  Share your children’s artwork with us on Instagram or Facebook with hashtag: #liliguanafun Click here to download the printable PDF: Meet a Character – Joe...[Read more]

Counting Mittens – Activity Sheet

Does everyone have their mittens? Count the mittens below to help Mrs. Cottontail keep track of how many mittens are missing a partner. Circle the correct number in each row. Color in the mittens after you find what mitten has no pair. Share your answers with us on social media with hashtag: #liliguanafun Click here to download the printable PDF: Arturo’s Activities – Counting...[Read more]

Tell a Fairy Tale Day

Fairy tales are stories or myths that have some element of fantasy in them. Most involve fairies, elves, and or gnomes in some way. They’re fun stories we share with friends and family. You can learn some from books as well as family. Tell them to friends and family and make up new ones. Share your fairytale with us on social media using...[Read more]

See February in Color – Activity Sheet

February is the shortest month of the year. Lil’ Iguana wants to reflect back on all the color he saw this month. Color the letters based on the sentence to the right of the letters. Fill in crazy colors to Lil’ Iguana at the end for added fun. Share your art with us on social media with hashtag: #liliguanafun Click here to download the printable PDF: Arturo’s Activities – February in...[Read more]

Presidents Day

We hope you all have a great President’s Day this week. We should take some time to reflect on why this holiday is so special and look forward to the presidents to come. This holiday was created 1885 in recognition of President Washington. In the federal government, they still call this holiday Washington’s birthday. We celebrate President’s Day the 3rd Monday in February even though George Washington’s birthday was the 22nd day of February. One last fact about President’s Day is which president besides Washington has the closest birthday to President’s day? Abraham Lincoln’s is...[Read more]

Compare the Presidents – Activity Sheet

President’s Day is this Monday. Mrs. Cottontail has a challenge for this week’s activity sheet. Compare and contrast Abraham Lincoln with George Washington. After that is complete, color in the sheet for added fun. Share your answers with us on social media with hashtag: #liliguanafun Click here to download the printable PDF: Arturo’s Activities – Compare the...[Read more]

Random Act Of Kindness Day

We are just two days away from Random Act of Kindness Day! This is the day to be as nice as possible to everyone you know. Being nice is as easy as sharing some toys with your friends at school or at home. With the national holiday around the corner here is a fun coloring sheet for you to complete and give to someone! [Read more]

Rice Crispy Kisses

Do you have all your valentine’s gifts yet? The fastest way to a person’s heart is through their stomach. Fill this Wednesday with hugs and kisses. Nothing says love like a homemade baked good. With only three ingredients, a rice crispy treat is simple, quick, and gluten-free. Skip the candy and bring in a homemade treat. Rice Crispy Treat Recipe: Ingredients: 6 cups Rice Crispy Cereal 6 cups mini or jumbo marshmallows 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted Aluminium foil Funnel Paper Coloring/writing tool Scissors Directions: In a large bowl, measure marshmallows.  (it...[Read more]

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