This is a fun and easy activity you can do with children of all ages. Alex, who is one of my childcare kiddos, helps me to tell you all about it.
1) Cut the apples into appropriate sized pieces. Smaller or larger depending on your child. Then have them place the pieces in a baggie.
2) Add a few tbs of sugar. I used half of an artificial sweetener packet since much to my surprise the sugar bowl was empty.
3) Next add a sprinkle of cinnamon.
4) Then shake, shake, and shake some more. I helped Alex a little since the cinnamon was clumped in one area. I didn’t think that would taste too well. Alex and Lani both LOVED these treats and munched the whole bag for afternoon snack time. In this photo I caught Alex telling me how yummy he thought the apples were:)
*Posted by Wendy whom you can find blogging about her crazy family over at Wesnlanzi.
Wendy is a wife of 9 years to Michael and a Mommy to Wesley (8) and Lani (2). She owns her own home child care business in central NH and spends her days taking care of children so she can be home with hers. Wendy is passionate about photography, creating scrapbooks, reading, crafting and her family. They spend all their free time hiking, exploring, playing games, and just finding ways to be together. Wendy also loves being a part of the blogging community over at Wesnlani.
Amy Bellgardt is a wife, mom, lifestyle & travel blogger, foodie, nerd, coffee drinker and founder of Mom Spark. Amy is also the co-founder of Totally Profesh, a positive community of online content creators and business owners. Contact Amy here.
Amy Bellgardt is a wife, mom, lifestyle & travel blogger, foodie, social media strategist, nerd, coffee drinker and founder of MomSpark.com. Amy is also the co-founder of Totally Profesh, a positive community of online content creators and business owners. Contact Amy here.