1) Strawberry cups! Cut out the center of those berries and fill them up with a snack surprise (chocolate, ice cream, whipped cream, peanut butter, etc.,)!
2) Try out homemade strawberry fruit roll ups – use this link for a fun and simple recipe https://divascancook.com/homemade-strawberry-fruit-rollup-fruit-leather-recipe-oven/
3) Strawberry animal ears are purrfect! Use your sliced strawberries to create fun creatures and see who can think of the most animals that have pointy ears!
4) Off strawberry picking we will go! Find your local farm and pick farm fresh! Bring a reusable bag, basket, or even a pillowcase form home to collect those berries!
5) Strawberry smash! Add your smashed strawberries to a homemade biscuit for some yummy strawberry shortcake.
6) Strawberry hearts make an excellent afternoon craft, use your slices to make hearts of all sizes!
7) Strawberry boat race! Use toothpicks, halved strawberries as your boats and pieces for your sail, place into a bowl of water. READY. SET. GO!
8) Imagination will flow with strawberry puppets! Place your strawberries on skewers, or your fingers, and act out a play or create your own story. This is an awesome opportunity to work on pretend play and food experience with your little one!
9) Add a splash of taste and color to your little ones water by adding sliced strawberries for a fresh, new experience.
10) DIY strawberry planters for the win! Buy a plant and watch them grow!
11) Paint your strawberry picture. Blend strawberries with yogurt and use as finger point, or use pieces of strawberries as your brush.
12) Rudolph the red nose strawberry! Cut out the center and give your best reindeer impression.
13) Honk honk! Speaking of noses, I bet it also makes a great strawberry clown nose!
14) Strawberry football! Give a slice or a whole strawberry a flick and see who can make the farthest GOAL!
15) Strawberry seeds make counting fun! Cut your strawberry in sections and see if you can count each and every seed- get out those magnification glasses !
16) S is for strawberry! Use your strawberries to make the letter S! While you’re at it, maybe spell out your little one’s name too!
17) Strawberry shapes. Use small cookie cutters to make your favorite strawberry shapes.
18) Bobbing for strawberries! See who gets the most strawberries on their plate.
19) Strawberry bag detective! If you little one is not ready to get hands on, put your strawberries in a clear, plastic bag to squish and move that strawberry around to get a better feel and look. They may even be ready to open the bag after for a little smell!
20) Lastly, serve the strawberry. They may not eat it, but remember a little bit on the plate goes a long way for exposure!