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Paper Plate Kite by @amandaformaro for Kix Cereal

Paper Plate Kite

Temperatures are climbing upward and kids are finally able to spend more time outdoors. Kite flying is perfect for outdoor play as it’s often quite breezy as the weather patterns are changing from season to season. But what about the younger set who really aren’t old enough to fly a kite of their own just yet? […]

Kix Kiddie Fruit Salads

Here’s a snack with extra a-peel! Use oranges (or at least their outsides) to create a cute mini-bowl for fruit salad (don’t forget to compost after eating!) To make Kix Kiddie Fruit Salads you will need: 4 large fresh oranges 1 cup fresh blueberries 1 cup fresh sliced strawberries Honey Kix cereal   Directions: 1. […]

Socktopus craft - use a recycled sock to create a cute octopus

Kids Craft: Sock + Octopus = Socktopus!

What do you do when your sock loses its match? Get crafty, of course! Use your lone socks to create a fun octopus craft that makes a great decoration for your playroom. These are so much fun and easy that you’ll want to make lots. If you need more socks, you can find inexpensive colorful […]

Kix Crunchy Alphabet Breadsticks

These Kix-coated breadstick letters are easy to make for a fun snack. Or, have an alphabet lesson over soup for dinner. The crushed Kix adds just the right touch of crunchy goodness. And you don’t have to stick (forgive the pun) with letters. Make any simple shape you like, such as circles, triangles, squares, spirals […]

Kid Science: Colorful Crystals

A fun project to do with your kids to teach solubility, evaporation, solids vs. liquids as well as the science behind how crystals form! The steps: 1. Start by mixing 1/2 cup epsom salt with 1/2 cup hot water until completely dissolved (about a minute or so). 2. Add 10-15 drops of food coloring and […]

Mini Honey Kix Cereal Cheesecakes

Kids love cute individual-serving desserts, and these yummy, easy-to-make mini cheesecakes have the added appeal of a crunchy Kix Cereal crust!   To make Mini Honey Kix Cereal Cheesecakes you will need: For the crust: 1½ cups Honey Kix™ cereal, crushed to ½ cup 2 tablespoons melted butter or margarine For the filling: 1 package […]

Fine Motor Skills: Practice with Scissors

Young kids develop fine motor skills through practice, practice, practice. Here are three fine motor skill projects that use (kid-safe) scissors to create crafts that they’ll love to display and play with! DIY Glow in the Dark Stars Family Photo Puzzle Craft Family Memory Cards

Recycled Craft: Make a Rainstick

A rainstick is a long tube-like instrument that makes a sound like rain falling when it is turned over and over. It’s easy to make a kid-friendly rainstick out of a recycled paper towel roll and some items from your kitchen and craft room. What you need to make a paper towel roll rainstick: A […]

Food Art: An Easter Breakfast For Kids

Easter will be here before we know it and kids love to celebrate this time of year with sweet little baby chickies.  This delicious Easter breakfast will be sure to delight your kids on Easter morning and fill their little bellies!   What You’ll Need Ingredients: 1 egg 1 piece of whole-wheat bread 1 baby carrot […]

Sensory Learning: Build Observation Skills

Stimulating a kid’s senses with tactile projects is a great way to get little ones to learn about the world around them. Here are three sensory projects that offer little ones hands-on opportunities to experiment, create and explore. Pot O’ Gold Rainbow Salt Art Painting with Ice Cubes Magical Color Tranfer

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