Fruit Loops Rainbow Snack Activity

Read your favorite book about rainbows and make this easy Fruit Loops Cereal Rainbow Snack! Two simple ingredients and great for motor skills, counting and learning colors!


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Hazel will be two next month and is so curious about counting and learning colors! We sat down and read the What Makes a Rainbow? board book and wanted a fun activity or snack to go with it.

This rainbow snack is perfect to start with her age group. We decided to skip adding the marshmallows until she's a little older since they can be a choking hazard. This snack activity can also be enjoyed by preschool and also school aged kids.

Take a moment to count the Fruit Loops and marshmallows, talk about their colors, taste and texture. This can go with any rainbow book, spring or summer activities or even for St. Patrick's Day.

Have fun and enjoy! 


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What do you need for this snack?


things needed for the snack activity.



Amazon has a Happy Belly Fruit Rings Cereal, which isn't as colorful as Fruit Loops, but has no artificial flavors, certified synthetic colors and no high fructose corn syrup.

M&M's or Skittles would also be fun for an older age group.


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Scroll down to the printable recipe card for full instructions!


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Fruit Loops Rainbow Snack on a blue plate.
Author Sweet Hazel Honey
Prep time
10 Min
Total time
10 Min

Fruit Loops Rainbow Snack

Ingredients

  • Fruit Loops Cereal
  • Mini Marshmallows

Instructions

  1. Have the child identify the colors of the rainbow by placing the cereal on the plate in the shape of a rainbow.
  2. Using a paper plate, have the child place the red cereal in an arch on the paper plate.
  3. Continue doing this in the order of the colors of the rainbow. (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple)
  4. Once complete, place the marshmallows at the bottom of the rainbow on both sides.
  5. The child can eat their snack when finished!

Notes

Mini marshmallows can be a choking hazard. Please use your best judgement to determine if your child is old enough to safely eat this snack.

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