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18 Book Inspired Snacks for Kids - Christie Burnett - Childhood 101

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K to 4
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Introduce favorite children's literary characters and stories with these clever snacks inspired by titles like Charlotte's Web, Ordinary Mary's Favorite Deed, If You Give a Moose a...more
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Introduce favorite children's literary characters and stories with these clever snacks inspired by titles like Charlotte's Web, Ordinary Mary's Favorite Deed, If You Give a Moose a Muffin, Where Do Diggers Sleep at Night? and many others, including Dr. Suess' Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham, and his ABC book. With each book title, find detailed directions for making the snacks, and many have game and activity ideas. Some titles take you to other kid-friendly sites for the directions and activities. Be sure to browse the rest of this site to find many free printables and activity ideas.

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In the Classroom

Discover many tasty and interesting snack ideas to use with your students. After reading one of the books with your students, introduce the snack idea. With older students demonstrate how to put the snack together while they follow along. Some snacks will take some prepping for items that need to be cut. (You might consider asking a parent to help prepare the items ahead of time.) Some of the snack ideas come from other quality sources. Be sure to explore those sources for new ideas!

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