Did you know that home-keeping and self-care activities like cooking and cleaning can help stop cycles of anxiety and depression? These simple tasks can change how the human brain self-regulates. Here are a few ideas to keep you and your kids happy and healthy.

It’s hard to be sad when you’re eating a cookie, so go ahead, have a few. In fact, why not add some cake to those cookies? If this sounds like your kind of quarantine snack, you’ll just love our Pirouline Chocolate Cake Pops. Our recipe includes five ingredients and just nine simple steps. Click here to learn more.

Are you looking for a new way to keep your kids actively engaged in their school work? We love this giant word search from Busy Toddler. You can personalize their board to include words used in their curriculum. It’s also a way to get them up and moving during an activity that would typically be done sitting down. Click here for instructions.

We’ve all been stuck inside more than usual, but that’s no excuse not to look at the clouds. In fact, there’s a fun and easy way for you and your kids to make your own. These “clouds in a jar” from Gift of CURIOSITY are the perfect activity for you and your little scientists. Click here for two different “cloud in a jar” methods.

Once you’ve made your own clouds, treat yourself to a little rainbow. These easy rainbow popsicles from one little project are so fun and really simple to make. You can even switch out the stick for a Pirouline. To get the recipe, click here.

Light up your backyard with some creativity! Do you have extra Pirouline tins lying around the house? Go green and turn them into these sparkling Pirouline Can Lanterns. Just paint and decorate for some truly unique accent lighting. Click here for instructions.

For more baking and craft ideas, click here.