Bored, cold, and stuck inside? Then it’s time to whip up some fun! Try out these fun recipes with your preschool child to bring a little warmth and happiness to your day.
Sugar Cookies are fun option because you can make the cookie dough the night before, and let your child roll out the dough and use cookie cutters to make a lot of different shaped cookies! Make the icing into small batches of different colors, and after the cookies have been baked, let them decorate their own. Pull out the sprinkles if you’re feeling extra courageous!
Tortilla Snowflakes are a quick option for a fun snack time. You need minimal ingredients for maximum fun! Let them use kid safe scissors to make the tortilla into a snowflake, and let the fun begin!
Pretzel Rod Snowmen is a craft and snack all in one. Let them spend time making and decorating their little snowmen, and when they get bored with decorating, it’s snack time! Plan ahead for this snack to make sure that you have all the ingredients on hand, and you’re all set for a fun winter day.
Have some fun on a cold winter day with these four festive recipes. Enjoy the time that you have together and cherish this winter season. Focus more on having fun together, and less on the crafts that you’re doing. What matters is that you’re having a good time as you make memories together. If you enjoyed this blog and want to read more, click below for our blog from last month!
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