kids pantry - kids dishes, snacks, and storage, so they can be independent and helpful in the kitchen. This would be perfect for afterschool snacks, and allow for some choice without having the full pantry open to raiding. Good Ideas, Healthy Snacks, Kids Dishes, Kids Friends Houses, Junk Food, Kitchens Zone, Healthy Food, Kids Friends Home, Kids Pantries
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Snack Buckets for the kids to select a snack from! Will be using this as they get older/for school lunches