So many fabulous details in this party (to start off, I’ve always loved an art theme for kids)! This is the first time I’m writing a comment but I’ve been visiting your blog for quite a while and I love all your ideas! With so many celebrations at school -- birthday parties, Halloween, Christmas, Valentine's day and the end-of-the year parties -- our kids can wind up eating a ton of junk food.
Fresh fruit kebobs:This is always a hit with kids and a terrific source of healthy vitamin C! Cheese quesadilla triangles:When you're in charge of bringing some protein to the party, most kids will delight in this food option. Vegetable trays with dips: If you're in charge of providing the immunity-boosting, vitamin-packed vegetables for the party, consider shedding some new light onto traditional crudite platters.
While I'm busy finishing the preparations for our annual back to school dinner, I wanted to share a few of my favorite Back to School finds from around the web!

I particularly love the cookie masterpiece and the letter craft, how lovely to take home a lasting memory of Joy’s party. Thanks for bringing back lovely memories of when my kids were little, I used to do parties for them, with lots of planning, creativity, and fun! I couldn’t fit more than a handful of pretzels or a few pieces of fruit and the kids ended up taking three cups each! Pumpkin is rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, especially vitamin A which promotes healthy vision and proper immune function. I thought I wanted to be an interior designer for many years but now I love designing and planning parties, especially for my four kids and husband. If I ever do have kids, I’ll definitely be having parties for them like this, even decorated like this! Using a cast iron skillet (with a little oil) will give the whole wheat tortilla a delicious crispy outside while the inside (filled with shredded cheese and if adventurous, some bell peppers) a tasty and filling melted snack.

This recipe was modified for a healthier version using honey instead of sugar and whole wheat flour, coconut oil and molasses. Using baking cups to hold the trail mix--either pre-fill the cups so they can be handed out by the teacher or let kids choose their own ingredients for a custom blended trail mix. Thanks for documenting all the details, it was very helpful to read where you found items, etc.

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