Connect children with a good book, then let them make a snack to go with it! Here are 9 Easter Snacks for Kids to make and eat – PLUS the books we think would pair with each treat.
These would be great for classroom celebrations and Easter themed play-dates!
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Read a book and make one of these super cute, and a little more healthy Easter Snacks for Kids today after school. Eggs, bunnies and more!
9 Easter Snacks for Kids
Here are 9 sweet Easter Snacks for kids to make and eat – PLUS the books to read with them!
Read this: Here Comes Peter Cottontail
A level 2 reader, this story has simple sentences and pictures that help tell the story. Children are typically able to read this Easter tale at the end of kindergarten or first grade. Use it as a read aloud story for younger children.
Then, head to the kitchen to make this Easter Snack: Bunny Pancakes from The Pleasant Thing
Read this: Happy Easter, Mouse!
Happy Easter mouse is a bright colored short story for Easter. Great for a preschool read aloud. After reading, try your hand at Making Your Own Easter Snack: Chocolate Easter Eggs from In the Playroom
And if you are looking to dress up your Easter table with home-made chocolates or cupcakes – we love these Easter theme products:
Explore Additional Easter Activity Ideas for Kids
These Easter Snack ideas are so much fun with a good Easter Book. If you’re looking for more Easter themed Ideas to a peek below at these Easter Activities for kids that sneak in a little Easter learning too. Happy Easter!