Kid-Friendly Food: Attack of the Corn-A-Saurus DIFFERENT

Check out how these mommy bloggers are getting their kids psyched for dinner vegetables

Photo Sasabune Omakase Modified: Flickr/erin/CC 4.0

You’ll love this easy project that will make dinner time even more fun.

When it comes to convincing kids to eat their vegetables, moms face a daily uphill battle. The food is "too green" or “too slimy” for their little picky eater. But just because it isn’t a cake frosted in pink icing, doesn’t mean that it can’t be a fun food to eat.

Mommy bloggers at Paging Fun Mums know a thing or two about making food (and other seemingly mundane activities) fun for kids. On their blog, these parents and crafters combine their passions for fun projects that make raising kids even more enjoyable.

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The Corna-Saurus is just one project that makes handling vegetables at dinner time a little better. For this project all you’ll need is a soft dinosaur toy, corn cob holders, and hot glue. Suddenly you’ll have a kid-friendly way for little ones to truly enjoy their dinner time vegetable. Make sure you head on over to the blog for full instructions on how to make your own mealtime toy and other fun ideas to do with and for the kids.