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I am a soccer mom and I am a coach’s wife. All of my girls start soccer the fall of kindergarten and each and every time my husband coaches. Soccer is really important to our family, not only because we love the sport but because of what it teaches our kids. Soccer is a team sport and helps our girls to learn about team work and the importance of putting the collective group above yourself in order to have the best kind of success. Soccer teaches my girls to work hard and to try new things. Soccer teaches them that you don’t just do the things you are good at but you try all kind of things and do your best. Soccer teaches my girls to be good sports and it strengthens the bond between my girls and their dad as the coach.
Especially when the kids are young the highlight of the game is when it is over and snacks appear. This really is the moment I get to look like the hero when I pull out the much anticipated treat for all those little girls who tried so hard on the field. My girls are all the lady tigers so I thought it would be fun to do a tiger themed snack this spring when it was my turn for snacks. I decided not to mess with perfection so I chose oranges (the soccer game staple) and POWERADE® for the snack. My girls love POWERADE® and it is the special hydrating treat they choose for soccer games. And because the kids always like a sweet reward too I added some fruit snacks because they work so hard they deserve a treat!
How to Make Tiger Treat Bags:
- orange mini popcorn boxes
- googly eyes
- black pipecleaners
- black permanent marker
- hot glue gun
- Great Game Conversation Bubble Printable
These tiger treat bags are so simple to make. First cut your pipecleaner into fourths, I like to fold it and cut then fold it again and cut. Twist 3 of the pipecleaner pieces together to make the whiskers and hot glue onto the box in the middle. Hot glue the eyes onto the popcorn treat bag. Draw a mouth on the box. Glue on the conversation bubble. Add in your goodies!
The kids thought these were adorable and loved the treats as well. Everyone left the game hydrated and happy and I was the sideline hero thanks to my Tiger Treat Bags! These snack kits were so easy to assemble I found all of the supplies at Walmart and they even had a coupon for $1.00 off fresh produce when you buy 2 packs of 12-pack 12 oz POWERADE® packages.