| What's for
Look through magazines with your child to find pictures of his or
her favorite foods. Cut out the food pictures. Have your child glue
the pictures to a paper plate to make a picnic "lunch."
If you wish, help your child prepare a paper plate "lunch"
for each member of your family.
Cut red construction paper into small squares.
Let your child glue the red squares onto a sheet of white
paper to make a red and white checkered Picnic Placemat. If
you wish, cover the placemat with clear self-stick paper for
durability. Let your child use his or her placemat at lunch
|Roll down the sides of a large
paper grocery bag and attach a construction paper handle to
make a Picnic Basket. Have your child decorate the basket with
markers, crayons, or stickers. Let your child fill the basket
with toy food. Spread a blanket on the floor and have a pretend