Menu Plan Monday- November 2- 8


I. can. not. believe. that. it. is. November.  We ended up with a sort of weird calendar in our kitchen this year, and I remember hanging it up in January and being so amused by it.  And now we're down to the last 2 months!  That means that my kids have grown and changed and developed and learned for another whole year!  I always think of that saying about parenting-- "The days are long, but the years are short."  And one of the reason the days are so long is that I have to keep feeding my kids 3 times a day!  Ha!  Here's what we're having this week.

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fruit served every day
toast and jelly
Banana Wheat Germ Muffins (from Weelicious)
scrambled eggs (apparently Maggie loves these--news to me, and woo-hoo!)


Beautiful Bean Salad
sunbutter/peanut butter and jelly sandwiches
freezer burritos (from Money Saving Mom)
weather lunch ( part of our weather themed home preschool week)


Blue Ribbon Granola Bars (like trusty old friends)
deviled eggs
cheese and crackers
cottage cheese


Pineapple Fried Rice - A quick and easy weeknight meal that's so much cheaper, tastier and healthier than take-out!
Pineapple Fried Rice - from Damn Delicious & barbecue chicken (for Maggie and Mr. CTB)
"Real" Mac and Cheese, steamed broccoli, baked apples
homemade pizza, garden salad, fruit
Veggie Lo Mein, fruit


activity animals art author back to school bears bees bird black history book extension book list books budget butterfly cats chalk chapter books children christmas cinco de mayo circus coins colors construction cookie craft crafts culture curriculum dentist different dinosaurs discovery table diy doctor dogs dolls Earth Day easter elementary fabric fall family family theme farm fathers day fine motor first grade five senses flowers food france fruit game geography gift gift guide gross motor grownup halloween healthy history homeschool ideas independence day insect insects invitation jungle keepsake kids kindergarten kindness kinesthetic learning lego letter of the week literacy lunch math menu resource mothers day music my body nature numbers obstacle course ocean organization origami ornament outer space painting paper parenting play play dough pops preschool preschool resource pretend printable process art pumpkin quiet time rainbows reading roundup recipe recycle Roundup science season second grade sensory Seuss sewing shapes snack snacks soup spanish spring st. patrick's day summer sweet bite Thanksgiving toddler toys transportation trees tutorial united states valentine vegetarian washi tape weather weekly theme winter yarn
What Can We Do With Paper And Glue: Menu Plan Monday- November 2- 8
Menu Plan Monday- November 2- 8
What Can We Do With Paper And Glue
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