Go from this:
*Rinse your International Delight container. Take the label off and cut the container in half with a sharp knife.
*Have your child use glue and yarn to decorate the container. Spread glue onto small sections at a time and wrap the yarn around the container. Let it dry.
*Put a piece of styrofoam in the bottom of the container. Push plastic forks into the styrofoam. Cover the styrofoam with a layer of tissue paper and then a layer of candy. We used Kisses.
Don’t have a teacher?
- Play games with your toddler or preschooler using the International Delight container!
- Rinse the container and remove the label. Decorate the bottle with stickers or markers.
- Put a pile of pom poms or colored craft sticks on the floor. Ask your toddler to find a certain color and push it into the top of the International Delight bottle. Your tot will love to flip open the lid and put them in. It is a great way to practice colors.Try shaking it too!
- Put 10 pom poms, gems, or craft sticks in front of your preschooler. Roll 1 die and put that many pom poms into the container. When all 10 are in the container, you win! Dump them out and start again!
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of International Delight. The opinions and text are all mine.