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We love playing with food! Yes, I know you’re supposed to tell the kids not to – but in this case – I encouraged it! We used cereal to make some gorgeous mosaic art a year ago, so I thought it was about time that we tried making cereal art again – but this time we would make it completely edible.
I was in Target the other day when I noticed a great deal on large boxes of selected Kellogg cereals – just $2.99! So I picked up a 17oz box of Froot Loops and an 18oz box of Rice Krispies.
The offer is on select large sizes of family-favorite cereals – both in-store and on Target.com.
The canvas for our artwork was plain and simple: toast. The glue was peanut butter (you could also use almond butter, or cream cheese!).
I set out the toast and cereal, and invited my son to get creative!
His first design was called “man in snow storm”. 🙂
This cereal art activity became his regular after-school request, and the whole family got involved with some fun designs! This was my son’s next design – which looks minimal, but is totally him!
It’s a toy dart! (Like at his birthday party!)
Here are all the designs that we made! The Froot Loops were great for adding some color, and the Rice Krispies were great for making letters and adding detail to the art!
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