- Gather your Materials. It doesn’t matter the recipe , what matters is that you are making something from nothing with your child.
- If you have an older child have them measure , and pour. With a young one they are usually happy to ” help” by stirring. One trick is to add all ingredients and then the raw egg so that you don’t have to worry if the little one eats some of the batter, which they will.
- Enjoy your muffins while reading ” If you give a Moose a Muffin” by Laura Joffe Numeroff, featured in our books section below!
Yes it says yogurt, this is a great sensory activity for little ones and a fun way to mix colors for preschoolers.
- Gather your materials. All you need is yogurt , some small containers, a cookie tray or plate and food coloring.
- While you are mixing the colors you can ask your child how many drops of red it will take to make pink, or what will happen if you mix blue with red?
- Put a dollop of yogurt on a tray, plate or cookie sheet and let them swirl it, see if they can write their name in it, or make shapes. Younger ones will be more than happy just to wiggle their fingers around in it.
- Eat your art when you’ve had enough fun!
* My son hates yogurt and he gobbled up this pink and green stuff! Bonus!