Celebrate the First Day of School with a Popcorn Surprise!
As the school bell rings and backpacks are strapped on, it's time to make the first day of school extra special for your little ones. Get ready to surprise them with a fun and delicious snack that will bring smiles to their faces. Introducing our ingenious "Popcorn Glue Sticks" - a delightful treat wrapped in orange tape or ribbon and topped with an Elmer's glue label for a playful twist. Join us as we embark on this exciting snack-making adventure that promises to make the first day of school a memorable and tasty experience for kids of all ages!
Celebrate Back to School with "Edible Pencils" A Fun and Sharp-Looking Snack Craft!
Edible Pencils are the perfect way to kick off the school year with a smile.
Watch your children's eyes light up with joy as they transform ordinary wafers into delightful pencil-shaped treats.
Edible Pencils are not just a treat for kids; they make for a fantastic activity. Engage in quality bonding time as you craft these sharp-looking snacks together, fostering creativity and making memories that will last a lifetime.
I began admiring Ariella Katschers talent when she started her first business, A Pretty Pretzel, in the Five Towns. Ariella has since moved back to Toronto, her hometown, and shortly after her return, she opened an online candy store “thecandycatchers.com ”, featuring stunning custom candy platters beautiful, creative gifts, and, of course, her famous artisanal pretzels! Thank you, Ariella, for giving us a step by step guide on how to make these adorable apple pretzels for Rosh Hashana!
When my children were younger, I spent lots of time on the phone on hold waiting for my call to be taken at my childrens' pediatrician’s office.
The good part about it was that after hearing the recording again and again, the important and useful information really stuck. One of the lines I remember well was: “Do not give in when your child cries and whines to stay up longer. Spending an extra few minutes tucking him in and saying good night, may relax him and help him fall asleep faster.”
I feel that this concept applies to all areas of parenthood.
Many children are anxious at the start of a new school year. When sending your children off to school, spending that extra bit of time to write an encouraging, funny or loving message, or making a special supper or craft can go a long way.