Ask Holly: Banana Snow People

BY  |  Friday, Jan 21, 2011 2:35pm  |  COMMENTS (3)

Snow

Snow is  small clouds that have gently fallen to earth.
Snow is a beautiful scene of winter.
Snow is a frozen water that has been formed into magnificent shapes.
Snow is the main resource of a snowman.
When I look at snow I see a beautiful white palette.
When snow falls it takes me back to my first longing of winter.
That is what I think about snow.      

~Riley Korus (My very talented 8 year old niece)

This is a two for one–you get a lovely poem and a fun snack to make with the kids. This would also be a wonderful snack to bring in for your child’s class birthday celebration, instead of cupcakes.

Cut the bananas into 1/2″ slices. Cut the top off of a baby carrot then cut in half. Cut up other fruit and ingredients: I used red pear, green apple, green and red grapes, pretzel sticks, mini chocolate chips and a bamboo skewer.

Questions? Just Ask Holly in comments.

Thank  you to my wonderful niece Riley for helping Aunt Holly out!

3 Comments

  1. POSTED BY Stacey  |  January 21, 2011 @ 7:15 pm

    Those are the best looking bananas I have ever seen. And I would bring them in for B-days if our stupid school allowed us to bring in food to celebrate b-days. Wonderful poem, too!!!!

  2. POSTED BY hollykorusjenkins  |  January 21, 2011 @ 9:46 pm

    Thank you for noticing my lovely bananas. I have a large green house where I grow them. I hid a few rhizomes in my bag on the way home from my last trip to Brazil. They have done well. Oh wait, never mind I bought those at Shoprite. They had bananas today.

  3. POSTED BY snowbarris  |  January 21, 2011 @ 11:38 pm

    I’m hip deep into Ginger Brandy…and I’m still almost postive that nothing in that poem rhymed.

    But…being the Barris of Snow…I dig it.

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