own tree-eats. Fill small individual paper cups with about
1 inch of chocolate pudding for the dirt. Crumble Oreo's or chocolate
sandwich cookies over it for topsoil. To make the trees, insert
straight pretzels into gumdrops. The gumdrops will keep the
pretzels standing upright as well as look like the balled roots
of the tree. Plant your trees in the pudding and enjoy!
Prepare for eating, foods that grow on trees, such as fruits
(apples, oranges, bananas, and pears) nuts (walnuts, almonds,
and pecans), olives, and chocolate (which is made from the
seeds of the cacao tree. Arrange the foods on plates.
the children the different foods that come from trees. Ask them
to name each one. Give each of the children a plate. Let them
several different "tree snacks" to put on their plates that they would
like to taste.
children small pcs. of broccoli with ranch dressing for dip.