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    We love this for an easy indoor growing project for little ones - a step-by-step guide to making fun and funky Cress Heads.
    September 30, 2013

    Let’s make… cress heads. We love this for an easy indoor growing project. Kids learn the essentials of watering plants and are rewarded with speedy growing cress heads. And a yummy filling for an egg sandwich. Check out how on the Kiddicare Blog

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      Let’s make… cress heads. We love this for an easy indoor growing project. Kids learn the essentials of watering plants and are rewarded with speedy growing cress heads. And a yummy filling for an egg sandwich. Check out how on the Kiddicare Blog

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