Spring time just screams flowers and blooming plants to me. Why not share some flowers with your children in the form of flower and garden themed snacks. I think making super fun and cute food is a great way to get your picky eater to try some new foods.
DIY Flower Pot String Cheese Wrappers from Arts and Crackers
8 Garden Themed Sandwich Ideas from Eats Amazing
Cute Kid Snacks from Mom Endeavors
How to Make Strawberry Roses from Eats Amazing
Sugar Cookie Flower Pots with Ice Cream from Arts and Crackers
Healthy Watermelon Flower Snack for Kids from Crafty Morning
How to Make Carrot Flowers from Kiddie Foodies
Paleo Kid Friendly Flower Power Snack from Creative Kids Snacks
Cheese Flower Snack Plate from Dayna Bayna
F is for Flower: Food, Crafts and Learning Fun from Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas
What fun food ideas have you tried to get your picky eater to eat?
More Flower Themed Learning Ideas:
Top 10 Flower Sensory Play Ideas from Sugar, Spice & Glitter
Top 10 Flower Activities for Preschoolers from Living Life and Learning
Top 10 Flower Wreaths from Witty Hoots
Top 10 Flower Art Projects for Kids from Craftulate
Top 10 Flowers for Summer Color by Our Good Life
Top 10 Flower Recycle Crafts by Teach me Mommy
Top 10 Flower Fine Motor Skills Activities from Happy Brown House
Top 10 Flower Petal Art Ideas from Our Whimsical Days
Top 10 Flower Sensory Bins from Adventures of Adam
Top 10 Flower Painting Ideas from Messy Little Monster
Top 10 Sunflower Activities for Preschool by Preschool Powol Packets
Top 10 Flower and Garden Themed Snacks from Something 2 Offer
Top 10 Flower Math Activities from Play & Learn Every Day
Top 10 Book-Inspired Flower Crafts for Kids from Playground Parkbench
Top 10 Flower Books for Kids from Sunny Day Family
Top 10 Flower Suncatchers from Rhythms of Play
Top 10 Magical Fairy Gardens from Crafty Kids at Home
Top 10 Ways to Study Flowers (with a giveaway!) by The Usual Mayhem
Top 10 Flower Projects to Eat Wear Decorate or Gift by Words ‘n’ Needles
What fun snack ideas! Going to have to give that strawberry flower a try!
Terri Steffes says
I would have loved serving such things when I owned my preschool. Adorable!
Sandra M. says
Thanks for the resources link you posted . I’m a big fan of flowers and gardens, so I really enjoyed reading it.