One of our favorite activities is painting bread or toast. It’s a fun and non-sugary way to celebrate many holidays, including Dr. Seuss day!
Here’s what you need:
1. Bread, cut into a fun shape if desired. Today I used our trusty kitchen shears to cut out fish shapes.
2. Milk with 1 drop of food coloring. I recommend all natural food coloring (they have great stuff at Whole Foods), but whatever you are comfortable with works.
3. Paint brushes that you ONLY use for food. For obvious reasons.
Then let them paint! Make sure they don’t saturate any area too much or it will stay mushy.
This would also be fun serve with colored Goldfish which you could then use for math pattern practice like we did last weekend.