Last night as I was tucking our oldest into bed, he announced that he needed a wacky snack the next for their wacky school day. Um, okay was my initial reply. He made a point of reminding me that he had told me they were having a wacky day. I guess I was supposed to deduce that he needed snack from that. I asked if I was making a wacky snack for the whole class? He replied that I just needed one for him, but he would like an extra snack just in case someone forgets (as he almost did).
As soon as I had him tucked in, I made a beeline to the pantry, grabbed some snacks and then headed to the craft closet for supplies to make these fun wacky monster snacks.
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The best part of making wacky monster projects is that they can be as creative and fun as you want. You can easily modify these to use whatever you have on hand.
These monster snacks also work great for a monster themed party or a Halloween snack or treat. These would be a fun surprise to sneak into the kids’ lunch as well.
1. Turn Pringles snack packs over so that the bottom is up. The bottom will be the top of the monsters.
2. Glue pom poms and pipe cleaners to the top of the monsters.
3. Glue googly eyes to the front of the snack packs.
That’s it! You are done…super easy and quick!
If you don’t have Pringles snack packs or you looking for something slightly healthier try fruit cups.
I would love to hear about your last minute projects requested by your kids.