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Soccer

What’s the point of soccer practice? According to the second grade soccer player, the point of soccer practice is to get better at playing soccer. According to the older sister who does not play soccer, the point of soccer practice is to take a nap in the sunshine. And according to the mother of the […]

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Easter Nests

Cake stands aren’t just for cake. You can use a cake stand for all kinds of treats, especially in the springtime, when you’re ready for something new and different. Nests on a cake stand? Why not? These are easy. Just use your favorite recipe for Rice Krispie treats, and add green food coloring to the […]

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Good employer?

Do you work for a good company? If you’re asking that question, you are not alone! Find out more on KCTV5′s Better Kansas City.

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blue-green-frosting

Vanilla buttercream frosting doesn’t always have to be white. In fact, it looks really good when it is not white. As in when it is blue, like the sky. Or the ocean. Or, even better, when it is blue to match a second grader’s favorite color. Cake always tastes better when you get to pick.

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Gateau de le Printemps

What’s the best thing about spring? Actually, there are lots of best things about spring. The birds chirping in the morning. The sun lingering a little longer in the evenings, which means a little more outside playtime as the days of school wind down for the semester. And of course the sunshine and warmer weather. […]

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Fun Food Drive

Time for a spring food drive! And a little learning to go along with it, too, to teach kids about the needs in the community, which includes helping people who don’t have enough food to put on the table to feed their families. A food drive is easy. Have your kids leave bags–with instructions–on doorsteps […]

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Rhubarb

Rhubarb. Is it a fruit, or is it a vegetable? Technically, it is a vegetable. But in 1947 a court in New York actually declared it to be a fruit. So I think that means you get to pick which one you think it is. Linda Hyler, a high school teacher in Lawrence, Kansas, makes […]

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Flip flop

“What’s your favorite cause?” That is a really great question. And there is no wrong answer, which means you can celebrate the generosity of each and every person. Arts and culture. Health and life sciences. People in need. Community building. Respecting the environment. Education. One of the above. All of the above. Some of the above. […]

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