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Fruit Kabobs - Arts and crafts - Educatall

Fruit Kabobs

Fruit kabobs are such a fun and healthy snack. Kids love preparing them just as much as they like eating them once they are finished.



  • Fruit
  • Knife
  • Cutting board
  • Kabob sticks
  • Cookie cutters (optional, but fun)

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Step One

Cut the fruit into pieces. Use cookie cutters to create fun shapes.


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Step Two

Give each child a kabob stick.  Let them create their own fruit kabobs as they wish. For smaller children, I cut the pointy end of the kabob sticks to make them safer to handle. They were able to slide the fruit pieces on the sticks just as well!


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This is a fun activity for teaching and practicing patterning. My four-year-old had loads of fun creating different patterns…and eating them!





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Hi my name is Kyla and I am the owner of MyFUNvelope. I have six wonderful children who keep me busy and love to craft and discover just like their mom!

MyFUNvelope is a Canadian craft subscription box delivering fun to children ages 3-9. Our mission is to provide an affordable craft subscription that inspires children and keeps them interested and engaged. Each month, we deliver a themed craft kit right to your door. Each Myfunvelope contains 4 crafts or activities, one STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) activity to promote hands-on learning, a learn-to-draw card, and a paper craft. Markers, scissors, and glue dots are also provided.

MyFUNvelope was created by a busy mom for busy moms! We aim to create kits that are fun for kids and stress-free for moms with little mess. I promise no glitter!!! We also send glue dots instead of glue to make it easier for smaller children to craft independently.

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