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TRAFFIC LIGHT SNACKS [From: Safety]
Written by: Kim Dohogne [Kim is a parent from Delta MO.]

Age:

2-5 years

Activity Summary:

Preschoolers will learn about traffic lights as they eat a tasty snack.

What You Need:

•graham crackers
•peanut butter (allergy alert: remember to make absolutely certain that none of the children under your care have a peanut allergy).
•m&m's®

What You Do:

  1. Talk about traffic lights and discuss what the colors mean. Green means go, red means stop and amber means caution (slow down).

  2. Take a large graham cracker and break it in half.

  3. Spread peanut butter on cracker.

  4. Place a red, green, and yellow m&m® down in a row and you have your traffic light.

  5. The kids can make this snack theirselves, even my 2 year olds.


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