Nutritional Fun Snacks for Kids: Paw Patrol Themed Badge

Nutritional Fun Snacks for Kids: Paw Patrol Themed BadgeNutritional Fun Snacks for Kids: Paw Patrol Themed Badge

Do you struggle with finding snacks that are both nutritional and fun for your kids?  I’m lucky that my kids like to eat their fruits and vegetables but I struggle with making fun nutritional snacks.  I could bake them something fabulous and fun but nutritional…probably not.  I came up with this fun Paw Patrol Themed Badge for a snack at my daughter’s upcoming Paw Patrol themed birthday party.


  • Watermelon
  • Golden Honeydew (it has a whiter color)


  • Print out a Paw Patrol Badge Template
  • Cut out the template  (I cut it and sealed it in contact paper to make the template last longer)
  • Have an adult slice the watermelon and honeydew (you want to make thin slices so your badge isn’t too thick)

Nutritional Fun Snacks for Kids: Paw Patrol Themed Badge

  • Use a knife to cut the large badge shape from honeydew (this will have to be the end slice of the melon to have a piece big enough without seeds)
  • Use a knife to cut the large badge shape from the watermelon slice
  • Use a knife to cut 3 small circles from the honeydew slice
  • Use a knife to cut the large portion of the paw to shape from the honeydew slice
  • Place the large honeydew badge on a plate, stack the watermelon badge cutout on top and  then add the honeydew paw print 
  • For ease of making for a party you can also just include the inner part of the shield (omit the bottom layer) – this is what I will do for my daughter’s paw patrol birthday party

  • Serve and enjoy!!

Nutritional Fun Snacks for Kids: Paw Patrol Themed Badge

If you are looking for more inspiration take a look at some other nutritional fun snack ideas below:

Fruit Animal Snacks from Laugh with Us Blog

Healthy No Bake Chocolate Fruit Pizza from My Fussy Eater 

The ABCs of Healthy After School Snacks from Cutting Tiny Bites

3 Easy and Healthy Yogurt Snacks Kids Can Make from True Aim 

St. Patty’s Pops from Cutting Tiny Bites

Healthy Pancake Muffins Recipe from Eats Amazing

Peanut Butter Banana Popsicle from My Fussy Eater

Chocolate Chip Energy Bites for Kids from My Fussy Eater

Sandwich Skewers from My Fussy Eater

Kid Friendly Pea Hummus from My Fussy Eater

Fun and Easy Fruit Rockets from Eats Amazing

Find more links below from some other great bloggers in the Nutrition for Kids Unit Study.

Nutrition for Kids Unit Study

Find the Letter N is for Nutrition from 3 Boys and a Dog

Make a Fun Food Dinosaur from Pears from Brain Power Boy

Healthy Alternatives to Kids Junk Food for the Outdoors from FrogMom

How to Reduce Sugar Intake in Kids from Kara Carrero

Growing Vegetable Soup Inspired Nutrition Activity from Pre-K Pages

Grocery Shopping Activity from Sunny Day Family

Healthy Meal Planning with Kids from Schooling a Monkey

Nutrition App from iGameMom

Healthy Nutrition Books for Kids from The Jenny Evolution

Kids Nutrition Activities with Free Printables from Natural Beach Living

Mud Kitchen with Stone Veggies from Parenting Chaos

Kid’s Books about Gardening from Our Daily Craft

Healthy Food Group Worksheets from Living Life and Learning

Vegetable Beginning Sound Clip Cards from Simple Fun for Kids

Bubble Wrap Painted Fruit & Veggie Puppets from Play Dough & Popsicles

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