Just Add Water
Bring home the beach (without the sand) by serving your little one cute crabby snacks and painting scenes from under the sea using a mess-free medium: water!
Playlist: Calm Creative Flow
Big canvas, little hands. Press play on these meditative tunes and grab the crayons, watercolors, or other craft supplies to create a calming space so your little artist can settle into a creative flow.
Recipe: Crabby Bites
Treat your little one to a beachy snack, including a sweet citrus crab and yummy yogurt waves.
Serving Size: 2 - 4 crabs
Time: 5 Minutes
Here's what you'll need...
4 - 8 small clementines or mandarins
1 small package of blueberries
1 scoop of yogurt of choice
Peel your clementines or mandarins.
Place a full, peeled clementine or mandarin on the plate, adding 3 additional slices on either side for legs.
Add 2 small dollops of yogurt to hold the blueberries in place, then press 2 blueberries into the yogurt to make eyes.
Scoop yogurt onto the plate and form a wave using a spoon.
*Serve once your child is 6 months + and has started solids. Consult with your physician before offering new foods.
Activity: Water Painting
What You’ll Need:
Lather up the sunscreen, we’re taking this one outside!
Grab your paint brush, water, cup, and bring your imagination.
Take a seat with your little one on your patio or shaded pavement. Make sure the ground isn’t too hot.
Use water as paint to create a beach scene, draw sea creatures, or outline the sun with your budding artist.
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