This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Yummy Dino Buddies. All opinions are 100% mine.
Back to school season can be hectic and chaotic for sure. It’s a matter of settling back into routines and shifting schedules. But that doesn’t mean that your snack time has to suffer. When you’re doing your back to school shopping, be sure to look for Dino Buddies.
A snack choice that you can really feel good about giving to your kids, Dino Buddies, are:
- Made from all white meat
- A good source of Calcium
- A good source of Iron
- Fun dinosaur shapes that appeal to all ages
We were doing a little back to school lunch shopping at our local BJ’s when we came across Dino Buddies. I had figured that it could be a great after-school snack or quick dinner idea when we were pressed for time. Not just for my autistic teen but also for my 3 year old.
Healthy snacks like these help keep my kids fueled for their day-to-day adventures. And I know that I can eat them as well when I’m in need of a quick boost.
How many times have you felt a little bit on the grumpy side because your snack choice was less than filling? Or maybe you’re a bit grumpy about having to pay so much for back to school items. Whatever the case may be, Dino Buddies is a great choice.
And I’ll be honest, I probably had just as much fun playing with the Dino Buddies as my 3 year old did.
Another thing that I love about Dino Buddies? They come in a resealable package. So if you know that you aren’t going to eat all of them in one sitting; you can save them for later without worrying about freezer burn. That’s a huge relief for us!
Our kiddos go through chicken nuggets in bulk over the weekend or after-school. So while I’m not too concerned about product waste, it’s nice to know that these will keep nicely.
Dino Buddies also helped to peak my 3 year old’s interest in different types of dinosaurs. So I’m looking forward to doing a home preschool unit this year about dinosaurs with her. I know that she’ll have fun looking at the dinosaurs and matching them up.
Even better when we can make it a multi-sensory experience and an edible one as well. I really think that she’ll have fun with this particular theme this year and I cannot wait to share it with you later.
If your kiddos love chicken nuggets as much as mine do, be sure to look for Dino Buddies.
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