My daughter’s eyes lit up when she saw the Rainbow Twizzler’s I purchased. I showed her a picture of the project we were going to make and she was thrilled.
To complete this project, I used Rainbow Twizzler Twists, Rolo’s, and sandwich baggies. I had my four year old and her neighbor friend help me place the rainbows. They had to find all the colors to make a rainbow and then lay out the rainbows on our kitchen table. Then, they counted out Rolo’s for me. This turned out to be a great lesson for my preschooler (matching colors and counting). I placed the Rolo’s and Twizzlers in the baggies.
The kids handed out the treats to some of the neighbor friends. These treats were a hit. If I’d had more time, I would have created a cute “Happy St. Patrick’s Day” label to attach. Maybe next year …
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Substitutions: My daughter is allergic to nuts, so I substituted the Hershey’s for Rolo’s!