Monday, October 28, 2013

23 Snacks for the Letter "R"

Time for another snack list! If you teach preschool or homeschool, you'll find these weekly snack lists helpful for planning snacks to go along with your lesson or letter of the week.

This week: R snacks

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  1. Reeses cups
  2. Red pepper strips
  3. Raisins
  4. Relish
  5. Rainbow sherbert
  6. Rolls
  7. Rice
  8. Rice Krispy Treats
  9. Raw veggies
  10. Ranch dip (for those RAW veggies!)
  11. Raspberries
  12. Red hots candy
  13. Red Vines (an off brand of Twizzlers)
  14. Roast beef
  15. Ragu pasta sauce
  16. Ramen noodles
  17. Ravioli
  18. Ritz crackers
  19. Red beans and rice
  20. Romaine lettuce
  21. Reuben sandwich
  22. Rhubarb pie
  23. Radishes

11 comments:

  1. You always help me with our preschool projects. lol. It saves me from having to search the internet for letter food.

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    1. Thanks, yeah I thought it'd be nice to have a directory and have all the ABC snacks together so people can reference them as needed!

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  2. This list has some of my very favorite foods on it. Reese, red beans and rice, rama (we still eat this once a month or so, ha!) and raspberries. Great list. I'm amazed at all you think of.

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  3. I always try to think of ones you don't have listed and rarely am able to come up with anything! Great list again.

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  4. I love this list! Someday soon I will be needing them.

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  5. Ahh, rainbow sherbert. One of my favorites!

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  6. I'll take the Reeses cups! All of us love red beans and rice!

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  7. Such a great resource! Thank you !!!!

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  8. Raisin, rice, ramen noodle, and roast beef are my favourite food. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. What a great list for preschool teachers.

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  10. Super duper list, great idea to help them remember.

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