November 2010

Colder weather sends herbs into dormancy. This is the time of year to turn our study to herbs easily found at the grocery store or can be grown in pots inside. November’s herb fits this bill nicely: Sage.

This herb has so many valuable uses! Read all about the medicinal side of Sage and learn how this much loved culinary herb can do more than spice up your Thanksgiving stuffing! There are plenty of recipes to use Sage and since this herb does so well as food, you can make your medicine and eat it too!

November Table of Contents:

Note to Parents
Calendar
All About…Sage
Scramble, Search and More: Word Search, Word Scramble
Herbal Lore: The Sage
Songs and Poems
Herbal Recipes: Making White Sage Oil, Sage Infused Honey, Sage Vinegar, Sage Salt Soda Tooth Powder, Sage Steam, Sage Hair Dye
Coloring Page
Herbal Crafts and More: Make a Sage Clay Tile, Sage Pressing and Sage Smudge Sticks
Maze
Herbal Journal: Record Your Thoughts and Experiences with Sage
Crossword Puzzle
Resource Page

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