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Food Free Easter Basket Ideas

Food Free Easter Basket Ideas

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Food Free Birthday Ideas For School

Food Free Birthday Ideas

Food Free & Inclusive  Many schools have opted for food-free birthday celebrations for the classroom. Non-food celebrations are more inclusive for ALL students with food allergies or other dietary restrictions. Besides allergies, there are other reasons to keep food out of the classroom. Have you ever cleaned up spilled red fruit punch or milk? Seen the mess left behind from 25 crumbly frosting-topped cupcakes? Have …

Emoji Valentine Game | Punchboard

Emoji Valentine Game

Valentine Classroom Party Game Ideas Valentine’s Day parties at school are a fun event to look forward to in the middle of winter. Check any Pinterest board and there are plenty of fun game ideas for kids from preschool age up with fun valentine themes. Unfortunately, many of these games pose a potential problem for a child with food allergies. Some common games are: use …

Faux Egg Decorating Ideas

Faux Egg Decorating Ideas

Egg Decorating Alternatives for Egg Allergies and Vegans Easter egg decorating can be a very fun tradition especially for kids. But not everyone can, or wants to, participate using real eggs. Whether you are vegan or have a child with an egg allergy, there are plenty of other Easter decorating options. Even better these eggs won’t need to be thrown away! Kids will love having these …

Food Free Easter Egg Hunt Ideas

Food Free Easter Egg Hunt Ideas

Food Free Easter Egg Hunt Ideas Easter egg hunts are a fun tradition for kids. If your child has food allergies, Celiac Disease or is on a restricted diet it might be easier and safer to put non-food items. Having non-food items in the eggs means everyone can participate safely so these ideas are always a great idea when hosting a larger egg hunt with …