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Do your kids have trouble telling time with a traditional clock?
I’ll admit that it’s been a challenge for my daughter and when I think about it, it makes sense.
We live in a digital age. The traditional clock face isn’t common anymore.
When we’re at home, we often look to the television or microwave for the time – you won’t find a clock face there. It’s completely digital. When we’re out and about, we often look to our smartphones – no clock face there. Truth be told, I don’t even wear a watch anymore….but at least that had a clock face.
The lack of clock faces makes it difficult for our children to practice this basic skill. And practice we must. But it can be fun and I’m a big proponent of taking something challenging for kids and making it more interesting.
So I turned to a favorite brand, Hershey’s, to help me with tackling telling time and a bit of food fun for my daughter’s lunches, whether at home or at school.
Specifically, I headed to Walmart to purchase Hershey’s Ready to Eat Pudding in both Chocolate and S’mores flavors. The round container tops would be perfect to make a clock face out of. My idea was off to a great start.
I also love the backstory for my family. We’ve visited Pennsylvania many times and we’ve had the privilege of learning about Milton Hershey’s legacy first hand in Hershey, PA. In fact, my daughter recently finished a biography of Milton Hershey to help bring our trips even more to life. So combining a much-needed activity with a snack and a brand full of history – it’s a Win-Win for this mom!
Priced at just $2.48 each, you’ll find 4 ct cup packages of either Hershey’s Chocolate Pudding or Hershey’s S’mores Pudding at Walmart in the refrigerated section (near the yogurt).
These pudding cups are making my life a bit easier. We are in the 4th week of school now. The excitement and new-ness has worn off. I find myself hitting the snooze button in the morning a few extra times (I KNOW!!). Sometimes I find myself scrambling to grab things for the lunchbox quick. So it makes perfect sense for me to stock up on items that are ready to go, ready to eat, and ready for school. Hershey’s Ready to Eat Pudding fits that to a tee and the fact that it’s rich and creamy and made with real Hershey’s cocoa is the icing on top.
I’ve made it easy for everyone to create this activity with 2 Free Printables! Yes – Free!
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Your favorite flavor of Hershey’s Ready to Eat Pudding in 4 cup pkg
- Scotch Tape
- 2 Free Printables below
Each Hershey’s Ready to Eat Pudding Cup has a round sealed lid. You will simply want to cut out one of the clock faces and tape it to the lid. Then cut out one of my printable tags with the instructions for your kiddo and attach. Voila!
The free printables will easily print on 8 1/2 x 11 in paper…..already sized for you! You can either click on the image or link below to take you to the actual printable!
Printable 1 – You can grab the Free Clock Face Printable!
Printable 2 – You can grab the Free Clock Face Directions Printable!
I’ve already pre-written one in there – their bedtime. Feel free to write specific times based on their capabilities or general ones like breakfast, lunch and dinner.
You guys know how much I love a coupon and I’ve got one to help out with this purchase!
The September/October issue of ALL YOU Magazine features a $0.55 coupon for Hershey’s Ready to Eat Pudding. It’s on page 86! With a price originally at $2.48 each, this coupon brings the price under $2.
I call that one SWEET deal!
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Okay, so tell me – which would be your preferred choice, Hershey’s Chocolate Pudding or Hershey’s S’mores Pudding?