Edible Sensory Experiences is an interactive experience with food that enables children to engage, express themselves artistically, or play with food without any thought of eating it. These sensory experiences are great for young children. The following article provides edible sensory recipes that young children can engage in.
Chocolate Playdough is a great sensory tool to use and can be used in so many different experiences with children. Children can make pretend cupcakes, and make a birthday cake, for hot chocolate on a cold day. Adding chocolate playdough to use with different materials provides children with an endless amount of fun and learning possibilities. The following provides the recipe to make chocolate playdough.
A quick and easy comforting vegetable korma that can be made for lunch or even as a quick afternoon snack for hungry kids served with rice. It's all cooked in the oven so it's easy to prepare and can be made in bulk for OOSH services.
From Monday 27th June, the Healthy Eating Advisory Service is organising a Long Day Care Recipe Competition. The top recipe in each category wins a fabulous prize! Categories include ‘Fun with fruit and veg’, ‘Connecting kitchen to the garden’, ‘Cheap and cheerful’ plus more!