‘Tis the season for Reindeer Games and MORE!

Physical educators know and understand the need to get students active and engaged as soon as they enter the PE classroom. This collection of instant activities serves to help teachers get students moving quickly, while also providing meaningful learning tasks designed to work toward grade-level outcomes.

Each activity in this collection focuses on one standard and one strand of outcomes, typically fitness knowledge with an emphasis on nutrition. The activity plan has been simplified to keep instruction concise yet effective, planting seeds of awareness that will grow throughout the entire school year.

25 Days of Snacks – Day 4 – Reindeer Water Bottles

reindeer water bottles

Don’t forget about the drinks during your child’s holiday celebration!  With this super cute reindeer water bottle, you’ll have kids begging for more water.

There are many different options to create these little guys, use the one that you like the best!

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25 Days of Snacks – Day 3 – Reindeer


It doesn’t get much easier than this!  Chose a red M&M for Rudolph.


Graham crackers
Peanut butter (Sun Butter or cream cheese are peanut-free alternatives)
Mini pretzels
M&Ms (raisins or skittles are peanut-free alternatives)



1. Spread the peanut butter on a graham cracker square. If you have peanut allergies, use peanut-free alternatives.

2. Add two mini pretzels as the reindeer’s antlers.

3. Add two raisins for the reindeer’s eyes.

4. Place an M&M on the cracker for the reindeer’s nose.

5. Enjoy!

25 Days of Snacks – Day 17 – Cheesy Reindeer


Recipe adapted from Cute Food for Kids.

A two second, cute-as-can-be appetizer for Christmas… cheesy reindeer!

Use Laughing Cow spreadable cheese triangles with pretzel twist antlers, peppercorn eyes and olive noses. Note, do not use red M&M’s because M&M’s lose their candy coating on cheese. You can also use a small circle of red bell pepper for the nose and small pieces of black olives for the eyes.