12 (Naturally) Sweet Ideas for a Healthy School Valentine’s Day
|February 6, 2014||Posted by Stacy under Junk food in school, School parties, Valentine's Day|
From Valentine exchanges to class parties, February 14th can be a very special day at school–even when it isn’t filled with sugary junk. Here, a round-up of ideas for a fun and healthy Valentine’s Day celebration:
Skip the juice and soda at the school party and serve water with a Valentine. Water You Waiting For? Free Water Bottle Printable from Don’t Panic Mom.
Get kids excited to eat their veggies by making it fun! Valentine’s Veggie Bouquet from Super Healthy Kids.
Use a heart-shaped cookie cutter to make a snack or lunch filled with heart-healthy fats. Avocado Valentine from Mimi Avocado.
Give new meaning to the word “lollipop.” Melon pop from School Bites.
Serve nutritious snacks that taste great and look special. Valentine’s Fruit Parfaits from Frog Prince Paperie.
Treat them to a healthy banana split. From School Bites.
Sometimes simple ideas are the best. From 100 Days of Real Food on Pinterest.
Get kids moving with a game of Musical Hearts. From Teach Mama.
Or Valentine Hopscotch. From Toddler Approved.
Attach fresh fruit to your child’s Valentine instead of candy. Valentine’s Fruit from Craftaholics Anonymous.
And don’t forget to take the Candy-free School Valentine Pledge!
For more naturally sweet ideas: See Healthy Valentine’s Treats: 18 Fresh Food Ideas for an All-natural School Party and check out my Healthy Valentine’s Day board on Pinterest page!
Wanted: Cute ideas for healthy Valentine’s Day snacks and treats! If you have a fun one, please share. Scroll down and leave a description and/or a link in the comments.