At the end of the week have a feast with your children. Serve foods that can be eaten with their hands: Perdue chicken nuggets shaped in drumsticks, muffins or cornbread, vegetables sliced for easy pickup. Drink fruit punch in inexpensive goblets (party store). They can be decorated ahead of time with gems/jewels.
Medieval castles- using the large and small marshmallows, stack and use toothpicks to stick together to create a edible castle.
Queen of Hearts–We made our own tarts out of biscuits and any red jelly or jam. We had the kids flatten the biscuits and in the very center we used a heart shaped cookie cutter and had them make the indention of the heart. This works well if it is just a little smaller than the flattened biscuits. Next, have the kids use their thumb and press down inside of the heart to make it flat. Place the jelly in the pressed down area so it looks like a big heart. Bake according to biscuit directions. The kids loved making these.