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Fruit Shapes

ages 3-6


Supplies

Watermelon or peeled apple, knife (to be used by the parent supervising this activity), small metal cookie cutters

Activity Detail

Cut a watermelon or peeled apple into thin slices. Give your child small metal cookie cutters and let him cut out shapes from the slices. As a reward for his hard work, he gets to eat the shapes! A good alternative to the fruit would be to use thin slices of bread or cheese.

Comments

beancuso said:

What a fun way to combine a nutritious snack with creativity and some motor skills work to boot!

- Posted on Nov 18, 2007



tlafontaine2 said:

A great way to get your child to eat fruit. Also, one can cut fun shapes out of their peanut butter and jelly or turkey sandwich.

- Posted on Nov 26, 2007



Yael said:

This activity has potential but I'm not really sure how to cut an apple thin enough so my child could use a cookie cutter to cut out shapes from it. A watermelon would be easier, but that still seems awkward. Maybe it would help to include some concrete ways to cut fruit so that a cookie cutter could be used with it. Using bread or cheese would be easier to be sure, but I imagine part of the purpose of this activity is to make eating fruit "fun."

- Posted on Dec 28, 2007



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