Little Fish Treat Bags
Today we are sharing a fantastic fun food idea created by Brooke. This is a super fun snack food idea and these Little fish treat bags are sure to go down well with the kiddies. Enjoy.
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Supplies For These Fish Treat Bags
- 1 pkg. Goldfish, rainbow colors
- 4 Sandwich Bags, fold-top
- 1 Box Mike and Ike Candy
- 4 Wooden Clothespins
- 2 Blue Pipe Cleaners
- 4 Tiny Rubber bands
- 4 Googly Eyes, self-stick
- 4 Small Sheets Foam, any colours
- Hot Glue Gun
- Black Marker
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Let’s Make It
Separate the goldfish by colour, you should have 4 different coloured piles.
Take one colour of fish and put them into a baggie, push them towards the front side. Take a small amount of the candy and put them into the baggie towards the back corner. Take the small rubber band and tie it around the baggie so the goldfish and candy are separated. The goldfish are the fish body and the candy end is the tail. Repeat this step with the other 3 colours of goldfish.
Cut out 8 different colour foam pieces for the fins. You’ll need 2 pieces for each fish.
Have one fin be a little larger than the other and glue together to create one multi-colour fin. Then hot glue each fin on towards the bottom of the fish.
Enjoy these fun little snack bags!
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Angela Milnes is a Qualified Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has studied nutrition for children and has also taught cooking skills to adults. Angela loves to share family meals and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!