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Snacks : Transportation > Land

Marshmallow Trains added 8-5-98 Original Author Unknown

Use pretzel sticks to hook the cars "Marshmallows" together and use peanut butter to glue cheerios on as wheels and other features.


Trains out Hostess Twinkies added 8-5-98 Original Author Unknown

Not the most nutritious snack. Take one twinkie and 6 vanilla wafers. You can use
those decorator gels in the tubes (or you can use cream cheese to glue the wheels on) and have the kids decorate the twinkies then "glue" the wheels on the sides. You
could also use a marshmallow for the smoke stack. This could be your end of the
unit project.


Traffic Light Snack added 5-28-01 submitted by: Tammy Bergfield

Materials per child:
1 rectangle of graham cracker
1 teaspoon of peanut butter
3 m&m's (1 red, 1 yellow, 1 green)
1 plastic knife

Encourage the children to spread the peanut butter onto the graham cracker.  Then place the m&m's on the peanut butter in the order of a traffic light.  Eat the traffic light.


 



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