Kindergarten Desserts Activities

Kindergarten desserts activities to help show your child the fun side of learning. From easy kindergarten desserts activities to more advanced, we've got you covered. If you're looking for something more academic, check out our Kindergarten Desserts Worksheets.

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What's a liquid? What's a solid? What better way to experiment, than by turning a kid favorite, ice cream, into a homemade science lesson!
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Enjoy making these no bake cookies with the kids and teach them important lessons in early math skills.
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These pretzel reindeer cookies are a great holiday recipe for kids to make. Rudolph and the whole gang agree!
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Homemade candy canes are a sweet gift for your friends and family. Make homemade candy canes with your child this Christmas.
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Let your preschooler develop her fine motor skills in this cooking activity that has her creating hamburger cookies, a great snack for any party or BBQ.
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Fix a yummy fruit and chocolate quesadilla. It'll give your kid a chance to boost his fine motor skills while making a snack the whole family will enjoy.
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These cupcakes teach a little ROYGBIV as your child creates an impressive treat that will brighten up the whole kitchen.
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Make a batch of chocolate clay to teach kids the art of molding and sculpting. Working with their hands has never been this much fun.
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Pilgrim hat cookies are tasty Thanksgiving treats. Make marshmallow pilgrim hat cookies with your child to celebrate the Thanksgiving season.
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Nothing is more wonderfully rich than a chocolate truffle. Help your child make a batch shaped like eggs to share with family and friends this Easter.
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Whether the snow is fluffy and soft or icy and hard, a snowman is sure to inspire a smile. No wonder this snowman is so happy; he's made using marshmallows!
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Even chocolate can make an appearance in kindergarten math. These truffles are truly easy to make and add a bit of decadence to math practice!
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Make these edible dreidels out of marshmallows, pretzels and chocolate chips for Hanukkah.
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Baking holiday gingerbread men has ever been more educational! Your kindergartener will work on fine motor skills, logic, and counting in this cookie activity.
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Help your child make these tasty treats for someone with a sweet tooth. These cookie pops are not only fun and delicious, but they're quick to make, too!
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Do you want your child to remember time spent with loved ones and the satisfaction of giving a gift with real meaning? Try making these tasty treats!
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Your kindergartener will improve his fine motor skills and learn beginning baking techniques as he helps you concoct this crumbly apple dessert!
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What better dessert to serve on April Fool√Ęs Day than cookie fish sticks? Make this fish stick meal for an unforgettable reaction.
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This fudge cookie recipe is incredibly easy for even the youngest kids to follow. Plus, it makes a great gift when you're looking to wrap up something sweet.
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This chocolate covered matzo candy is easy enough for kids to make, with a little parental supervision. A real Passover treat!

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