All About Me Snacks


You will need:

white paper plates (face)

apple or orange slices for mouth

peeled mini-carrots for nose

small pretzels for ears

banana slices with a dab of peanut butter and raisin for eyes

shredded cheddar cheese for hair.

Have the children draw in crayon their face and then make their face with food. Big hit with our preschool class.


“Me Soup”

Have each child bring in an ingredient to add to the soup. Have children wash, peel, cut ingredients and put in big pot, cook, and then enjoy.


RICE CAKE FACES:

Spread with PB, use raisins, red-hots, choc chips nuts make own face for snacks


Fruit Plate (lunch or snack)

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.


Me Pizzas

Let the children create ‘me pizzas’ using English muffins, pizza sauce, cheese, pepperoni, green pepper slices. The children can use the pepperoni and green pepper slices to create faces on their pizzas. Bake in oven and serve.


To encourage Happy Healthy smiles, and practice some fine motor skills, also listening and following directions. help the children to create Apple Smiles.

You will need: Shiny Red Apples [cut in wedges] with skins on. Peanut butter or strawberry flavored fluff Mini marshmallows Popsicle sticks or tongue depressors for spreading.

Now give each child 2 lips – shiny red apple wedges. Have them spread one side of each wedge with peanut butter or strawberry flavored fluff [looks like gums] Then have them count out 5 mini marshmallows. Place the marshmallows on one wedge close to the edge. Now stick the other wedge [which has already been spread with PB or Fluff] to the marshmallows. You should now have a Happy Healthy smile. Note: if you have any children in your class with a visible missing tooth, you could step in and help personalize their smile by removing a marshmallow from the smile – then show them the likeness in a mirror!

Share an idea you have used in your classroom or at home that pertains to this theme.