I tutor two kids, a 12 year old boy and a 16 year old girl. We're supposed to make them up a little something before we leave for finals and break. I had one heck of a time making up semi-healthy, but still fun treats.
I got tumbler cups at walmart, gave them each some holiday pencils, then came the hard part. They are too old of a lot of goody bag type things. So I bought individual hot chocolates that weren't totally loaded with sugar and look pretty, low fat peanut butter crackers, each is getting an apple sauce cup, a pack of cashews, and m&m minis because all the other kids are getting a tube, and i don't want them to be left out.
Childhood nutrition is important, and I already don't like the idea of food for a reward. I'll have to do this again in the spring time. Any other tasty, healthier than candy ideas? All the other kids in the program are getting things like chips, and a TON of candy, and little toys that my kids are too old for and wouldn't be interested in. Does my treat cup sound ok?