A Hot Apple Cider Recipe

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October fawn

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In our neck of the woods, October has decided to start showing off.  Autumn so far has been gorgeous and full of fun surprises, like this little visitor to my dad’s garden last weekend.

My middle two kids, ages 5 and 7, seem to be especially impressed by the changing of the seasons this year and their enthusiasm is a nice reminder to slow down and take some time to observe this time of year through a child’s eyes.

color walk rainbow

As a family we’ve had a lot of fun going on nature walks, driving in the country, baking leaf shaped cookies, and doing activities like picking pumpkins from Grandpa’s pumpkin patch and making Halloween decorations together.

Spring is magic, yes, but there’s something pretty special about Autumn, too.  If only all transitions could be as beautiful and smooth, right?  There’s a lot to learn from the way the natural world puts itself to bed this time of year.

Amelia picking pumpkins

Thanks to Little Passports, one of the Autumn activities we’re putting on our list is to try Hot Apple Cider.  The folks at Little Passports sent this recipe to us and gave me permission to share it with all of you.  I think it sounds perfect for a cozy Autumn afternoon.

Hot Apple Cider recipe from Little Passports

You can click on the image and it will take you to a new screen where you can print it.  Or, you can click here:  Little Passports Apple Cider Recipe.  I’d love to hear if you and your kids give hot apple cider a try.

If you’re looking for more fun and educational activities like this, why not consider a Little Passports subscription?  My oldest daughter receives the USA monthly subscription and my middle two (ages 5 and 7) share a World Passport subscription.  Little Passports packages are some of our favorite mail to receive every month.

Here’s to gentle Autumn days, surprises, trying new things, and nature showing off. 

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About Kara

Kara Fleck is the editor of Simple Kids. She is a small town mama, writer, knitter, bookworm, and hooligan. Kara lives in Indiana with her husband Christopher and their four children Jillian, Max, Lucy, and Amelia. You can find more of her writing at KElizabethFleck.com.

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