Nursery Rhyme Snacks


Little Boy Blue- Make hay stacks with the children. Melt butterscotch or peanut butter chips and mix with Chinese chow mien noodles. Let the kids form into hay stacks and allow time to cool and harden. Eat and enjoy!


Old Mother Hubbard – Do a shared reading of this rhyme with your class. Then as a treat, pass out dog treats made from pie crust in the shape of a bone. Be sure to put them in a dog treat box before passing them out to the students.


Little Bo-Peep: To create sheep use a small cluster of cauliflower, cheese spread or peanut butter, one cheese stick and raisin. depending on age cheese stick can be previously cut into four equal parts. the children dip the cheese stick into the cheese spread and stick them under the cluster of cauliflower for four legs. Voila a Sheep-enjoy (raisin could be used for nose-my children insisted)


“Humpty-Dumpty”: Boil Eggs then allow children to paint Humpty’s face on.


Little Miss Muffet: With two crackers, peanut butter, and small stick shaped pretzels watch the children create a spider by sliding pretzels into the peanut butter placed in between the two crackers.


Twinkle Little Star: Sugar Cookie Dough-Star shaped cookie cutter-then paint with egg yolk or yellow food coloring-bake-enjoy.


Little Miss Muffet: With two crackers, peanut butter, and small stick shaped pretzels watch the children create a spider by sliding pretzels into the peanut butter placed in between the two crackers.


 

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