Healthy Holiday Edible Art
Remember to keep your holiday celebrations healthy!Party Idea #1:
Create Edible Art
Brought to you by the West Glades School Wellness Team - Happy Holidays!
Wednesday November 2nd, 2016
There are no good or bad foods, but some should be eaten more than others.
The best way to make sure that you get a healthy, balanced diet is to eat a wide variety of foods every day!
OCTOBER WELLNESS TIPS
Kids will get plenty of candy trick-or-treating. Try to keep focus on fun.
Instead of candy, try small toys like: temporary tattoos, stickers, small plastic spiders or ghosts, spooky plastic rings or false teeth. Or decorate pillowcases or bags for trick-or-treating.
Healthy Party Snacks:
Apples with caramel or yogurt dip
Pumpkin dip and graham crackers
Roasted pumpkin seeds
Snack cups of canned peaches or mandarin oranges (canned in juice or light syrup)
Oranges, cantaloupes, tangerines, mangos, or dried peaches
Carrots with low-fat dressing
Use Halloween cookie cutters to make sandwiches or fruit look frightfully