I believe whole-heartedly in making everyday activities fun. And when crazy ideas pop into my head, like eating dinner off of an artist's palette, I go with it.
Paper Plate Artist's Palette
- paper plate
Prepare the plate by cutting an arc into one side. Poke the scissors into the plate to cut a thumb-sized hole near the arc.
The example above is for a lefty (like me) to hold in her right hand. My right-handed family needed palettes cut the opposite direction, so they could hold them with their left hands and eat with their right.
Now load up the food! Choose items that don't need cutting. Here, Trevor has chicken (cut into bite-sized pieces), red peppers, zucchini, black beans, Mexican rice, sour cream, and corn tomalito.
Just another dinner in the deRosier house!