INSIDE: Don’t strike out! Free printable baseball tags for kids game day snacks. Little League crafts for every baseball mom.
I’m in Year Two of being a Baseball Mom. Do I understand all the rules? Not really. Have I called it “rounds” instead of “innings”? Guilty. Will I ever comprehend why they wear white pants when sliding in dirt? Never.
But there I sit, clapping and waving back to my 5 year old who seems to spend a great portion of the game chatting and dancing on the field…instead of, you know, paying attention.
And when you ask the Baseball Player (as he refers to himself as) what his favorite part of the game was, he has one quick answer: the snacks.
Here’s how to easily get all crafty with it for those baseball game day snacks…and fake that you know what the game is all about!
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How to Make Printable Tags for Baseball Snack Bags
With one eye on my 7 year old, who’s off socializing with her friends, and the other eye on my toddler boy, who’s playing kissy face with an older 3 year old girl, I’m probably not the best sports mom. (Even less so when a friend passes out rose wine in styrofoam cups to enjoy as we sit on cold, hard bleachers on a Saturday night!)
But hey, I got the (crafty) snacks.
how to make fun, easy kids baseball snack bags
Fill the plastic goodie bags with the assorted snacks and drink you’re giving these hard working baseball players.
Download the FREE printable baseball tags. Print and cut out.
Punch a hole through the tag, insert the ribbon and wrap around the baseball snack bag.
So even if you don’t fully understand America’s Pastime, at least you’ve got the cute snacks!
What sports do your (grand)kids play? Let me know if the comments.
how to make fun kids baseball snack bags
Use brown paper bags to make easy Baseball Goodie Bags for team snacks.
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