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Root Beer Float
Ready in- 2 mins
1/2 pint vanilla ice cream
1 (12 fluid ounce) can or bottle root beer
1/2 cup whipped cream
4 maraschino cherries
Place 1 scoop of ice cream into each of two tall glasses. Pour root beer carefully over the ice cream. Add another scoop and repeat. If possible, repeat again. Add whipped cream and maraschino cherries on the top if necessary.
Apple Bites – Recipe from Family Fun
This is a fun snack for both adults and kids! The almonds make protein for your child and its fun to eat because it looks like Halloween candy.. and it’s WAY, WAY healthier than it! Happy eating!
- Slivered Almonds
- Just quarter and core an apple
- Cut a wedge from the skin side of each quarter
- Then press slivered almonds in place for teeth.
If your not going to serve them right away, baste the apples with orange juice to keep them from browning.
Plate or bowl
Foam core or cardboard
Glue stick or double-sided tape
Paper fastener — or create your own
Foam mounting tape or poster tack
FOR FANCY POINTER:
- Use a plate or bowl to trace a large half-circle onto a sturdy piece of backing material, such as foam core or cardboard, then cut it out
- Cut pie-piece-shaped sections out of card stock — as many as your child wants to convey her changing moods. Write messages on the sections (ours are on colorful card stock circles) with marker, then attach the sections to the base with a glue stick or double-sided tape.
Ages 6 and up
Turn your old shirt into a backpack with this super fun craft!
- Sharp scissors
- Needle and thread
- Large safety pin
- Clothesline cord, about 6 times the width of the shirt
- 7/16-inch eyelet (or grommet) kit (see tip below)
1. Turn the T-shirt inside out, then cut across the shirt from armpit to armpit. You’ll need only the bottom section.
2. Use the needle and thread to sew a simple stitch across the shirt, about a half inch in from the cut edge, to seal what will be the bottom of the bag.
3. Turn the shirt right side out.
4. Snip the shirt’s hem almost all of the way through (do not cut any stitching) at the midpoint between the two side seams.
5.Attach a large safety pin to one end of the clothesline cord. Feed the cord, safety pin first, through the casing of the hem.
5. Follow the eyelet or grommet kit instructions to add eyelets to the bottom corner
s of the bag.
6.Thread the ends of the cord through the eyelet holes and double-knot them to secure.
An eyelet or grommet kit can be purchased at craft stores or online for around $15. In a pinch, you can cut the holes with scissors and seal the cut edges with fabric glue, but the result won’t be as neat or as sturdy.
THIS IS FROM FAMILY-FUN!