Snacks are a great way to get your students interested in a topic or theme. They are also an excellent way to extend thinking and promote conversation about the books you are reading. You can use the following themed snacks to encourage discussion about a story around the dining table.
strawberries with tops cut off
bananas sliced into pieces
Wash all of your fruits and vegetables.
Using the toothpicks, thread a grape (the Grinch’s head), a piece of banana (the bottom portion of the hat), a strawberry facing upwards (the top portion of the hat). and a small marshmallow (the puff ball on top).
One Fish, Two Fish Crackers
Colored Goldfish crackers
small fishing net
Place the different colored goldfish crackers in a large fish bowl.
Have your students scoop out the crackers using the small fishing net.
Older students can practice graphing and counting skills as they eat.
Green Eggs and Ham
green food coloring
Prepare your pudding (follow the specific directions on the package) and add a few drops of green food coloring to the mixture.
When it’s set, scoop a few spoonfuls onto a plate.
Add a vanilla wafer to the center of the pudding. This will act as the yoke.
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