New Year's Activity Workbook!

January 08, 2021 2 Comments

New Year's Activity Workbook!

It’s 2021 and we’re all ready for some fun, positivity and encouragement to start off the year in the right direction. Team Hamama is so grateful for each and every one of our growers. The Hamama community has grown leaps & bounds in the past year!

You all bring us daily smiles and laughter by sharing photos and stories of your family and friends enjoying Hamama, your adorable furbabies munching on their greens, and your awesome kids who are motivated to learn more about the world of microgreens! 🌱

To kick off the new year, Team Happiness has put together a fun activity workbook filled with positivity, healthy habits and activities that your children can do! Print out this workbook to complete the activities with your child.

We sincerely wish you a fantastic and healthy 2021!  

Here’s to everyone’s fresh start!



2 Responses

Cathy Luther
Cathy Luther

January 09, 2021

I would like a workbook

Gina Mazzanti
Gina Mazzanti

January 09, 2021

Looking forward to using this with my grandson. When we have enough money, I want to purchase the green onions and sprouts for him to watch grow and learn from. Especially during these times. I want him to be able to live a greener and healthier life.

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