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There is something so comforting about getting back to the basics and going back to nature. Nature is at the core of what kids and adults need. It is finding a place where you can explore, imagine, create and have fun. As a mom, I have watched my children thrive in these kinds of scenarios, and it brings me so much joy. Today I want to share a few of our favorite ways to make mealtime our playground and return back to the simple things.
On one of my recent shopping trips to Target, I stumbled across Back to Nature Mac & Cheee. I was instantly excited that it had no artificial flavors, preservatives, synthetic colors and it is non-GMO. My girls were equally excited about the fun shapes and varieties of their favorite cheesy meal. I knew it was a winner for our family– a convenient product that both the moms and kids love! It doesn’t get much better than that! So, I happily let the girls pick out a few boxes and we headed home.
Thinking about getting back to nature left me feeling creatively inspired.
Inspired to unplug and get back to the simple things in life ourselves. So I used my noodle *pun intended* to create a simple back to nature bingo game to play with my girls. Something to encourage them to explore and enjoy nature. To observe and look for things big and small, alive and dead, pops of color and things that blend in.
There are so many ways to play with these bingo cards.
*Bingo style, first to get a row wins.
*Bingo blackout, fill in the whole card.
*Take photos of what you find.
*I spy played from a picnic table or blanket.
*If the weather is too bad to play outside you can still squeeze in some nature by looking for photos of things in magazines.
You can download your copies here.
We chose to play our bingo in an “I spy” method from our picnic blanket. We even used the noodles from the Back to Nature USDA Organic Crazy Bugs Macaroni & Cheese Dinner as markers on our boards. The girls later insisted on gluing down the pieces because they were so cute. I couldn’t agree more. What a fun and creative way to turn bingo into an art project and a memory too.
And what picnic blanket is complete without a meal?!
Did you know that Mac and Cheese Day is coming up on July 14th?
Mark your calendars now, pick up some Back to Nature Mac and Cheese at Target and be ready to celebrate the day with a creamy, cheesy & delicious meal.
Have you tried Back to Nature Mac & Cheese yet?
What’s your favorite way to get back to nature?