Need a simple no cook meal for getting kids active in the kitchen?
How about lunch Kabobs?
This is a fun way to use what you have fruit, veggies, cheeses, meats.  Put out a variety of cut up items and let your kids make their own Kabob lunches.  
For a little added fun you can use a muffin tin to host a variety of items, use smaller size Kabob sticks and spread out the picnic blanket for a fun diy picnic lunch.
Kids love getting to make their own lunch.  They get to choose what goes on their Kabobs.  And without even realizing it they are getting great fine motor skill development.  
What are some other fun things you’ve made with your kids in the kitchen this summer?

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