along with an activity to exert some of their abundance of physical energy.
Below is a perfect solution!
(I like to use empty plastic peanut butter jars. The lids screw on, you can see inside and they are eay to pour from. However any container with a lid that fits on securely will work.)
Happy “shakin, snackin”!
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you like to have a small amount of pudding, but don’t want to make an
Below are the ratio’s needed to
just the right amount for single
snack size servings.
Ingredients needed: 1 box instant pudding mix, milk, container with a secure
lid, and a teaspoon size spoon from your silverware drawer (NOT a
desired amount of pudding mix and milk together inside a securely closed
container and shake for several minutes until well blended. Open and enjoy!
1/4 cup milk + 2 spoons of instant pudding mix
1/2 cup milk + 4 spoons of instant pudding mix
1 cup milk + 8 spoons of instant pudding mix
Inspired from the book:
Miraculous, Magical Moments in Minutes:
Over 500 Quick, Easy Activities for Adults and Children to Share
by Becky Baxa
Available from http://www.Amazon.com
in both Kindle and Paperback versions