Teach your child about different foods with these fun building blocks.
What You Need:
- Photos of different food items
- Scissors (for adult use only)
What To Do:
- Cut out a variety of different food items from magazines, newspapers, or food boxes.
- Use old boxes to create building blocks. Stuff the boxes with old newspapers to help maintain their shape. Tape the open ends closed to make six flat surfaces.
- Glue different pictures on each surface. The bigger the picture, the better. You can glue one food item per surface or group the foods by color or food group.
- As you are making your blocks, talk to your infant about the different foods. Let your infant enjoy playing with the boxes as long as they remain sturdy.
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