My preschool is working hard to teach the students about healthy food choices. So I was excited to see some great ideas about healthy food for kids at last week’s Share It Saturday.
Healthy food for kids to try at lunch and snack time
Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds gathered a list of healthy food for kids from her Facebook fans.
Kids Activities Blog had a recipe for protein-packed breakfast balls.
BentoLunch showed parents how to make a “fairy sandwich” on Kids Activities Blog.
Living Life and Learning used a printable to teach about healthy foods.
In addition to those ideas, I found a few more I just had to share with you! Mainly so I could keep of all these suggestions in one place for myself! 🙂
Butterscotch Apple Granola Bars from My Nearest and Dearest
Healthy Halloween Peanut Butter Balls from Fireflies and Mud Pies
Fruit Necklace Snack from The Artful Parent
Coconapple Smoothie Recipe from Epic Fun for Kids
Fall Tree Snack from Fantastic Fun and Learning
Angry Birds Waffles from The Joys of Boys
Whole Wheat Cheese Cracker Recipe from Buggy and Buddy
“Snackboxes” Healthy Food for Kids from Learn with Play at Home
Strawberry Octopus from B-Inspired Mama
Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies (with Avocado!) from Nothing if Not Intentional
Peanut Apple Wraps from Price Chopper
Guardians of the Galaxy Groot Sandwich Bento from BentoLunch
If you’re looking for even more healthy food for kids ideas, check out Mom Endeavors’ Month of Kid-Approved School Lunches!
Any healthy food for kids that you think should be added to this list?
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Preschool Cooking Materials
Cooking and creating snacks or meals is such a rich experience for children! They get to practice tons of early learning concepts like measuring, following along with text, and following directions. On top of all of those learning opportunities, the children get to engage their senses.
So, with that in mind, I’ve created a list of some great items to have on hand when diving into a cooking activity with children. Check it out below. I may get commissions for purchases made through links in this post.
- Child-sized aprons
- Measuring cups
- Mixing bowls
- Measuring spoons
- Large spoons for mixing
- Kid-friendly utensils
- Kid’s dish set
- Kid’s chef hats
- Aluminum foil
- Parchment paper
Cooking and creating snacks with children is such a wonderful learning activity. And the independence and confidence that the children gain in the process is just the icing on the cake!
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