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Two weeks into the season and the kids are already in a summertime slump? Beat the boredom blues by keeping these easy, pantry-friendly, giggle-inducing crafts at the ready.

Kids Kitchen: Free Printable Board Game for Teaching Kids About Healthy Eating. Includes info on how much children should eat from each of the four food groups, and four different ways to play!

How much should my child eat? This helpful chart explains how many servings of each of the food groups your child (and you) should eat -- and check out the free printable board game on healthy eating while you're at it!

These 10 healthy snacks in jars have been a healthy eating game changer in my kitchen, and I know you are going to feel the same way!

Halloween eating games: the doughnut game How to play the doughnut game: tie string around a jam doughnut (that looks like it's filled with blood when you bite into it) and hang it from the ceiling so it's at the kids' head height. The kids have to eat the doughnuts with their hands tied behind their backs. This Halloween game is best for: 5 to 10 year olds and anyone who likes doughnuts!

Eat This, Not That! The Game app- Great for tech in the classroom TEKS: TEKS: (A) plan diets appropriate to life cycle, activity level, culture, gender, and food budget (A) identify the impact of technology on meal management;

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