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Brain food: how to sharpen your kids’ math skills by cooking together

Cooking isn’t just a great way to brush up on your science and history skills, it’s a terrific way to feed a love of math!

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Enter our Twice as Nice-themed Back-to-School GIVEAWAY!!

Enjoy our back-to-school lunch hacks, plus you could win big just for snapping a photo of you and your kiddo prepping lunch together! Details below.

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Child Poverty in Perspective: An overview of child well-being in rich countries

This report looked at how well children and teens fare in various countries. Data was collected for 15-year-olds from 25 countries, including Canada. The report analyzes six dimensions: material well-being, health and safety, education, family and peer relationships, behaviours and risks, and sense of being loved, valued, and included in families and societies into which they were born. When looking at the best measure of family relationships, UNICEF used the marker “percentage of students whose parents eat their main meal with them around a table several times a week.”


Liquids and Hot Oil Don't Mix

Never allow liquids near hot oil.

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What Better Together is about

Better Together BC is here to help you experience the joys of cooking and eating together—whether in your family or with other groups of people. There are many benefits to eating together, including better nutrition, better school performance, and better social adjustment for everyone involved: kids, youth and adults. We know it's not always easy, but we're all in this together!