Need a quick snack that is also super cute and has vegetables — and kids love it? This bunny cracker snack fits the bill!
Make The Bunny Cracker Snack
- Bunny crackers (we used Annie’s Homegrown)
Cut pieces of the cucumber into thin strips. We used both the peel and the inside of the cucumber. My oldest could cut the cucumber, but I cut the strips for the littler ones.
Give the strips and the bunnies to the kids to create their own scenes. We had bunnies hiding in the grass, sleeping on the grass, jumping over it. It’s a fun way to make snack-time playful.
And it was our snack for this month’s Virtual Book Club for Kids. The book we are reading this month is The Tale of Peter Rabbit (affiliate link) by Beatrix Potter. We used 5 rabbit crackers after reading the book – one for each of Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail, Peter, and Mrs. Rabbit.
Be sure to click on the links below to check out other activities to play along with your reading of Peter Rabbit:
Name Tracing Rabbit Fun by The Educators’ Spin On it
Carrot Number Matching Activity by 3 Dinosaurs
Peter Rabbit Sensory Bin by Still Playing School
Plant Science Experiment Inspired by Peter Rabbit by Inspiration Laboratories
Carrot Painting Pre-Writing Practice by Preschool Powol Packets
And follow along on the Virtual Book Club for Kids Facebook page!