A licorice necklace strung with cereal
Activity

String a Necklace to Eat

Kids will enjoy creating an edible necklace while developing fine motor skills.

Create an edible necklace to wear and eat

  1. String foods and candies onto the licorice.
  2. Children who are beginners can string foods with larger holes.
  3. Children who are more advanced can string foods with smaller holes or string in a simple sequence.

String necklace

 

Children can string crunchy, sticky, gooey, salty, and sweet foods, learning to accept an array of tastes.

 

art activities for kids who are blind

By Cecily Power

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