If your children are at the age of preferring to eat their art supplies while you are trying to teach them to expand their creative skills, you’ll enjoy this perfect project!
What You’ll Need:
- Equal amounts of: Peanut Butter
- Marshmallow Cream
- Graham Crackers
Instructions for the Project:
- First, have the children wash their hands before beginning so they can safely lick their fingers during this project.
- Allow children to crumble up Graham Crackers into crumbs, then set these aside. Let them have just a little touch of the Marshmallow Cream and a little touch of peanut butter to feel the different textures and to lick off their fingers.
- Mix the peanut butter and Marshmallow Cream together and have the children notice the change in texture. Cover surface area with wax paper or use a breadboard, let children make into shapes. Roll shapes in Graham Cracker crumbs, then eat!
Storage: When not using, MUST be stored in an airtight container.
From Anita, a reader, Independence, Iowa