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Posted by on Mar 31, 2011 in Children, Cooking, Food, Friends, Kids Activities, Stay At Home Mom | 6 comments

Fun With Friends

Fun With Friends

We try to get together as often as possible for playdates with our friends.  There’s so much learning that takes place when people interact.  Lately, we’ve been working on sharing.  Very important lesson~

In a recent play/dinner day, we made pizza!  Easy to do and somewhat healthy but most of all FUN!  Do you think there was any sharing going on here?  Why, yes!  The tots did a lovely job of making the pizza together.  Let’s continue to share ideas for fun playdates & activities we do with our friends.  We’d love to hear what you do!

6 Comments

  1. I love baking with the kids! Morgan has been helping me in the kitchen with baking since he was about 3! And it’s such a great time to learn while having fun!

    • All of your kids are quite the little bakers. Hmm, I wonder why 😉 Love that you bake with them, such a good experience you’re giving them 🙂

  2. the next time you make pizza with the kids, give each child their own ball of dough and little rolling pin… and let them roll out their own pizza, have the sauce in cheese in little bowls with spoons and let the kids decorate their own pizzas! I did this when teaching two year olds, and they absolutely loved it!

    • Laura, fun! This was a case for sharing, though I love the individual pizzas too. We’ll have to get the kids together to make pizzas this summer!

  3. That looks like fun! I have made mini pizzas with kids using english muffins for the crust. My most favorite “theme” playdate that I have had was reading a book about blue birds, then hiking around our property looking at the blue bird babies and eggs and eating a cupcake that I decorated with a nest and blue egg.

    • Oh great idea! Love it! Can’t wait for the birds to be back, still a little cold yet! Sounds like fun 🙂

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