Kindergarten Graduation Snacks ~ Healthy and Fun #Graduation

05/13/2016 6:00 am · 24 comments

by Tami

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Kindergarten Graduation Snacks ~ Healthy and Fun!

Do you have a kindergartener this year?  I do, and wanted to provide a snack for his graduation party.  I don’t know about your child’s class, but I think most of them get plenty of sugary treats during their parties!  That is fine, but why not have something cute, and at least somewhat healthy too?!

You will need:

Fruit cups or applesauce cups

4×4 inch card stock squares (1 per cup)

googly eyes

glue stick

Sharpie (optional)

bakers twine, thin strips of paper, or ribbon

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Begin by cutting your squares of paper into 4×4 squares.

Then, Turn your fruit cup upside down and glue the square to the bottom of the cup.  The thin plastic to open it should now be on the bottom.  Once that is glued onto the bottom of the cup, glue the googly eyes.  I found they stayed on fine with normal glue stick, but if your fruit cup is textured or more round then mine, a hot glue gun may work better.  Glue the eyes on and draw a face with your sharpie if you desire.

Now, cut three strips (per cup) of bakers twine, ribbon, or even of paper.  Tie them in a small knot at the top and glue them to the top of your graduation cap. (The square you glued on first)

Feel free to write something on the top, or leave it plain!  Would work for any graduate.  Would also make a fun addition to a gift basket of supplies for the high school graduate that is headed to college.  I provided some links above for the products on Amazon, why not order them now and be ready to make them when the time comes?

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24 comments
Lewis Devito
Lewis Devito

Cute !!!! You always have great ideas !!!!! Mindy DeVito

Lindsey Nelson
Lindsey Nelson

I'm going to make them little gift bags from me and do this!

Jill Howell
Jill Howell

No crazy kids in the back. Just doesn't seem right

Mary Liz
Mary Liz

Can you see my comments?

Wendy Griffiths-Dunmoyer
Wendy Griffiths-Dunmoyer

Mistakes are the reason things turn it so cute. Mistakes sometimes make the cutest projects.

Dana Brady
Dana Brady

Darlene McGovern Can I do this for the class if I get time beore graduation?

Sara Peasley
Sara Peasley

Is Tyler to mature for these? Deborah Landregan? So cute!

A Thrifty Mom
A Thrifty Mom

HEALTHY snack that will make your kids smile

A Thrifty Mom
A Thrifty Mom

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Kim Thayer
Kim Thayer

How cute! Yes, please do. And, thank you. They will be a hit at our potluck. :-)

Dana Howard
Dana Howard

Kim Thayer, can I make these for Alivia;s class?

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