Light up a meal with this easy, fruity, festive salad! It’s delicious and delightful for preschool math and small motor skills. Ages 2 years & up.
Talking all about fresh, healthy fruit at home or at the market is an easy way to strengthen your preschooler’s ideas of shape …
In a hurry? Make this hoppy, healthful treat. Try this no-cook recipe and feed your preschooler’s early math learning and divergent thinking. Ages 2 years & up.
Shape-shift popcorn into a special treat. It takes just 3 simple ingredients make science learning and creativity into curvy, crunchy concoctions! Ages 2 years & up.
Ask your child to think about the all the food that went into their tummy today. Was anything not just good, not ok, but delicious? Making comparisons like these sharpens …
Make your creepiest creature, cook it, and gobble it all up! This beastie will captivate your preschooler’s hand-eye coordination and small motor skills too. Ages 3 years and older.
Take a yummy hike with an easy-to-make and carry sandwich. This fresh combination of fruit and protein explores your preschooler’s creativity and hand-eye coordination too. Ages 2 years and older.
Roll up a speedy, delicious and protein-packed treat. Crush, mix and mash your favorite everyday ingredients into something new to build your preschooler’s science learning too! Ages 2 years & up.
Whip up salty, sweet designs for a healthy, learning-filled treat! Stacking yummy fruit shapes together gets your preschooler’s appetite, creativity and hand-eye coordination going. Ages 2 years & older.
Sail away with protein and veggies in these easy-to make treats! Your preschooler’s imagination, small motor skills and tummy will benefit from making this healthy snack. Ages 3 years and older.