In a bid to get more healthy we recently invested in a juicer. I now start every day with a healthy mean green as featured in the film ‘Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead’. It looks pretty grim but I assure you it’s delicious. It contains
4 celery sticks
A small amount of ginger
A small bunch of kale
Half a lemon
I sometimes add a carrot for good measure.
The kids are not so keen on this one but they love the fruity ones.
For Hungry Caterpillar Day we tried an experimental Hungry Caterpillar Juice. No Caterpillar’s were harmed I assure you. Head across to Really Kid Friendly to see my Guest Post on how we made it.
Try some, it’s delicious and would be great for a Hungry Caterpillar themed party.
Over at Science Sparks they have been having fun based on the theme of The Hungry Caterpillar.
We visited Bristol Zoo this week and the butterfly house prompted lots of questions from my 3 year old.
But how do the caterpillars turn into butterflies?
We were able to see caterpillars, cocoons and butterflies and touch the empty cases. I promised her that when the spring comes we can rear our own butterflies using a kit we have from Insectlore. We have done this successfully in the past before releasing the butterflies into our garden.
We have a song about the lifecycle of a butterfly that we like to sing – it’s great fun for butterfly obsessed kids.