Happy International Chocolate Day!


Happy International Chocolate Day!

The 13th of September is Chocolate Day all across the world. In honor of this mouthwatering holiday, we have prepared some entertaining activities for you and your children to enjoy together.
Create chocolate-scented play dough by making it yourself.

To accomplish this, you will need to:

1/2 tasse of cocoa powder

1/2 a cup of salt

1 and 14 cups of flour

1 cup of water already boiling

a half a tablespoon's worth of cream of tartar

1 and a half tablespoons of oil for cooking

First, thoroughly combine all of the dry ingredients. After that, include the boiling water and oil into the mixture. Finally, place in a container that will keep out air.

Make a collage out of the wrappers from chocolate bars.

What a wonderful application for those discarded wrappers! You will in fact end up with a collage that is quite sparkly. Another option is to draw the outline of whatever image you want to use, and then instead of coloring the image, you can just place your wrappers inside the outline.

Simply disperse your child’s preferred candies over the various rooms of the house and then watch them go on a quest for them. You might also consider leaving hints.

Your children will have a great time playing Osmo’s Detective Agency if they appreciate treasure hunts like these. One of the entertaining games available for children, this one gives them the opportunity to search for their misplaced pets and apprehend dastardly robbers, all while gaining knowledge about other countries and cultures from all over the world.

Choco painting with your fingers

Have you got any leftover chocolate pudding from the instant variety? Give this activity a shot! Have your children just paint whatever they like with chocolate using their fingers by dipping them in the chocolate.

  • We are aware that this could turn into a mess. Check out Osmo’s Masterpiece if you’re looking for a clean and simple art game.

Try your luck with the chocolate.

This is an exercise that can be more enjoyable for older children. In order to accomplish this, you will need to put your child in a blindfold and give them samples of milk, white, and dark chocolate and ask them to determine which type of chocolate it is.

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