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What We Learned: September 2020

Things that inspired this issue, and what our editors discovered along the way.

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Food can be an exciting way to introduce kids to different people and places. Try these kid-approved recipes we gathered from Colorado chefs and cooks to launch your family’s study of a new culture.

Trending:

Macramé is the “It” craft of the season. Try these beginner projects with the kids.

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Love It:

Welcome the tooth fairy with the delightful tooth holders featured in this month’s Good Stuff column.

Leave It:

Stop scrambling to pull together dinner. Gather tips for creating a meal plan.

Can’t Wait:

The first day of autumn falls on September 22 this year and leaf peeping is not canceled. In this issue, you’ll find family hikes that will score you views of Colorado’s gorgeous fall colors.

You Said It:

“[Puberty] is something [pre-adolescent and adolescent] kids should be talking about and celebrating with the people they’re closest with.”

—Julie Hughes, midwife and leader of the Powerful Puberty class

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