This article was submitted by guest blogger Helen Childs
Kids are seemingly endlessly hungry. As well as eating three square meals a day they also need regular snacks (it is recommended that younger children eat two snacks a day) in order to give them the energy boost to continue a day of learning and play.
With a little preparation and the right ingredients, it is much easier than you might think to ensure that your kids eat as healthy as possible when they’re on the go. The Snack and Play Travel Tray is ideal for eating a wide variety of snacks on the go, and means that you don’t have to limit yourself to snacks that are easy to clean up. Here are a few wonderful healthy and portable snack ideas for kids.
We are so excited and honored to announce that Tillywig Toys has awarded the Snack & Play Travel Tray V 2.0 with the Parents’ Favorite Product Award for 2016! Tillywig Toys Awards Program highlights the best of the best in children’s products, baby and parenting products, and educational products available in today’s market. Awards are given based on group tests that evaluate quality, efficiency, entertainment value, and/or educational value of each product. You can view the entire list here.
The Parents’ Favorite Award is granted to products in the parenting and children’s categories that enhance the quality of daily life. This year, we are proud to be recognized as one of the top kids’ travel accessories for the variety of ways the Snack & Play Travel Tray V 2.0 can help make travel with children easier and more manageable!
This post was originally published October 10th by Snack and Play Travel Tray
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