RAINBOW STICKS: These look really effective, don't they? You could make and eat these in combination with learning the rainbow song, finding out about different colours (for younger children), or learning about the role of colours in food and health (for
Not quite so healthy, but this 'Fairy Bread' is a great idea for a children's party! A tradition from Australia and New Zealand, it's ultra-simple to prepare - and looks irresistible! Just spread butter or margarine onto the bread, then sprinkle hundreds and thousands - or whatever you choose - on top. They're particularly effective rolled into pinwheels like this, but simply cutting the colourful bread into quarters looks pretty too!
Chocolate Fruit Dip. Use electric hand mixer to whip cream, powder sugar, cocoa powder and cream cheese for good complement to dip bananas and strawberries for a sweet creamy flavor. It can't be better to celebrate your kid's birthday party.