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Explore the color orange with your preschooler by creating an edible picture using orange foods.
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Snowman soup is an extra special kind of hot chocolate. Make some snowman soup with your child, and let him practice measuring and mixing this holiday season.
Preschool
Sides
Painting cookies is a fun way for your child to exercise his fine motor skills and be creative at the same time.
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Desserts
Kids love making shapes with Play-Doh, so they'll love creating their own colorful playful clay!
Preschool
Recipes
When it comes to snack time, you can't have much more fun than a treat in a yummy edible bowl. Check out our quick and easy cookie cup recipe.
Preschool
Desserts
This gluten free recipe for coconut rice is a tasty way to help any picky eater expand her culinary horizons. She'll get great measuring practice along the way!
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Sides
This delicious recipe is one that both kids with and without gluten sensitivity will love! A familiar classic is reworked into a healthy snack.
Preschool
Snacks
Take a pretty parfait glass and help your preschooler create a simple A-B-A-B pattern as she layers strawberries and yogurt.
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Desserts
These Olympic-themed treats are so quick and easy that even little hands can be a big help!
Preschool
Desserts
Here's a preschool activity to help your child get a head start on his day: make car-shaped toast slathered with his favorite topping.
Preschool
Snacks
Give snack time a fresh floral touch with this flower-shaped garden snack, perfect for tea parties with your preschooler!
Preschool
Snacks
Encourage your preschooler to create his own edible moue creation complete with an ice cream face, cookie ears, sprinkle whiskers, and jelly bean nose and eyes.
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Desserts
This Halloween, try this kooky, spooky arts and crafts activity with your preschooler: make gummy worm ice cubes! A perfect addition to any Halloween party.
Preschool
Desserts
This activity is a fun way to fill up his tummy and spend time together creating edible lessons in the kitchen.
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Mains
Roasting pumpkin seeds makes for a great Halloween activity, and a healthy snack!
Preschool
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