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(Many Paths)

An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


December 15, 2001 - Issue 51


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Favorite Sites


by Vicki Lockard from various sources


Cool Links Penguin


 Winter days mean staying indoors more. To help pass the time and end the cries of "I'm bored" we've put together some recipe sites that are just for kids. Remember to always ask an adult for help before cooking.


Kid's Recipes
Your home for great kid friendly recipes, meal ideas and cooking advice.


Kid's Cooking Healthy Recipes
This month's recipes are perfect for the holiday season. They're as easy as they are delicious.


Snacks for Kids
Here are some very simple treats you can pack for your next hike, whether it's around the block or up and over the closest hill.


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Honey Magic for Kids
You can make a shake, you can make a snack.
Just start with honey and you can make magic!


Kids in the Kitchen
Kids around the world submit their favorite recipes for the yummiest, messiest food.


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