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Area: Pond life- snacks

Idea:

Make blue Jell-O with the children in your class. Before the Jell-O has hardened insert gummy worms and gummy frogs.


Contact_FullName: Brenda
Contact_Email: bkls12@hotmail.com
date:: 7/6/03
Area: Frogs Unit - Frogs Snacks

Idea:

We make frog food for a special snack during Fabulous Frogs Week. We use for ingredients...
A bag of plain m&m's (for bugs), a box of raisins (for flies), chow mein noodles or small stick pretzels(for worms), goldfish crackers (for small fish). Everyone helps pour and stir, and then spoon out their own snack.



 

Contact_FullName:
Sharon
Contact_Email:
scllns@aol.com
date:
06/04/01
where:
frog snacks

idea

Lily-Pad Pond Snack

Ingredients:

soft cream cheese

blue food coloring

English muffins

cucumber slices

gummy frogs

 

Directions:

Color cream cheese with food coloring. Give each child wax paper square with a dolp of colored cream cheese, 1/2 muffin, three cucumber slices, one gummy frog, and a plastic knife. Have children spread cream cheese on muffin (pond) and arrange cucumber slices on top (lily pads). Add gummy frog and eat!


Contact_FullName:
Pam
Contact_Email:
pmbatton@mindspring.com

Date: 3-20-00

To make "Frog Floats," I give each child a clear cup filled with lime sherbet, 7-up or sprite, a straw, and m&m's or marshmallows to represent the frog's two eyes. This treat is a supplement to stories, songs and finger plays about frogs in the springtime.


Contact_FullName:
Nadine
Contact_Email:
thericards@earthlink.net

2-23-00

For a frog snack, how about using the old "ants on a log" idea with a new name. Take celery sticks and fill them with peanut butter and then have raisins in a row on the peanut butter log. You could call it "Flies on a log." I think the children would love to make these themselves.

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