Transform the contents of your child’s lunch into a geometry lesson: Before he takes a bite, he has to name the shape.
What you need:
- An assortment of colorful bell peppers
- A peanut butter and jelly sandwich
- Lunch meat
- Cheese slices
- Geometric cookie cutters
- Salad dressing
- Muffin wrapper
- Use geometric cookie cutters to cut out shapes from the sandwich, the lunch meat, a slice of cheese, and the peppers.
- Place the vegetable shapes in a muffin wrapper. Use a mini muffin wrapper to hold the dressing for the veggies. Add veggies and dressing into the lunchbox, along with the sandwich and cheese.
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