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Snacks : Me, Myself, & I

"Me" Fruit Plate added 9-9-98 Original Author Unknown

Give each child a paper plate and sliced fruit. Ask them to create themselves using
the slices of fruit. Example; grapes for eyes, sliced apple for eye brows, banana
sliced lengthwise for a mouth and a kiwi slice for a nose. This presents an ideal time to discuss the importance of eating well to maintain healthy bodies. When their creation is finished they may eat the fruit plate for snack!


Rice Cake Faces added 3-31-02 Submitted by: Lisa Rippon

Using a rice (or popcorn) cake as your base, create a silly face. Use peanut butter or cream cheese as the "glue" to stick a variety of toppings on to create a face. It works best if you spread the "glue" over the whole surface then apply the toppings.
Some ideas are:
Eyes- M&M's, raisins
Nose- Cherries
Hair- cheese (sliced or grated)
Ears- small pretzels
Mouth- licorice pieces


Graham Cracker House added 8-19-02 Original Author Unknown

Make your House! Spread peanut butter on graham crackers and apply to sides of small milk carton. Decorate the houses with mini marshmallows, red hots, raisins, etc.



 

 

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