Joy’s birthday was a fun and creative day, and we really enjoyed sharing it with friends! So many fabulous details in this party (to start off, I’ve always loved an art theme for kids)!
This is just about the cutest birthday theme I’ve seen…what a great job you did! 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! Because even though us moms would be tickled to bring a snack of fresh fruits and veggies, our kids don’t always want to be the ones to bring carrots and celery sticks for snacks.
To make it easier for all of you, I have constructed a list of 10 classroom snacks to share with you today, many of which are a healthier homemade version of children’s favorite staple snacks.
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Renee – I understand your frustration with prepackaged snacks and unhealthy options for morning snack. E-Mails once a weekSample meal plan, free recipes, and all the tips you need to make school lunches and meals easier.We respect your privacy. 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 guess the snack is for all the kids whose parents don’t feed them food that sustains them. I do agree that they need to feed our children more wholesome snacks instead of overly processed and artificial flavor and colored junk. Let me assure you, though, that not all kids who need a morning snack aren’t fed well at home, as it seems you are implying.
If I ever do have kids, I’ll definitely be having parties for them like this, even decorated like this!

They get to show up to school the next day with goodies to share and enjoy with their friends. BUT, every child is different and maybe some get hungry in between and need a snack to keep them focused. Thanks for documenting all the details, it was very helpful to read where you found items, etc.
Perhaps you could work with the teachers to find healthier snack options as there are some packaged snacks that are at least healthier than those you listed. Studies indicate that 16-18% of school-age children who have food allergies have had a reaction in school.

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