The big game is here and it’s time to cheer on your team. With family and friends gathering for the big football game, kids want to get in on the action as well. To help keep the kids active and busy during the game, here are a few quick and easy ideas for hosting your own “Super Kid” games.
3. Fudge Stick Goal Posts
Using 3 Keebler Fudge Sticks cookies for each goal post, attach them with broken-in-half toothpicks, forming a U shape with the 3 Fudge Sticks. Once you’re set with 2 goal posts, place them onto a tray and try to gently toss a mini cookie Football to make a goal. *You could also use Sunshine Cheez-It crackers for tossing “football” through the goal as well.
We also created teams for our game of goal post toss using Keebler E.L. Fudge Original cookies Elmer and Buckets as teammates!
Adult supervision is suggested.
4. Cheez-It Stack Ups
Make it a challenge to see who can stack up a pile of Cheez-It crackers the highest and fastest before they fall over.
5. Snack Time Art Challenge
Create simple pictures of art using Kellogg’s snacks. Tell the kids to make the shape of a flower and see what they come up with. We also created a fish and a football. It’s fun to see all the ways kids come up with shapes using all the snacks provided.
6. Fruit Snack Goal
Line up a paper cup on one end of a table. Take a handful of fruit snacks and stand on the opposite end of the table. Try your best to toss your fruit snacks into a paper cup to make a goal. You can write a number value onto the side of each paper cup and keep score.