5 of Our Favorite 4th of July Math Kabobs

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Using summer fun for  learning can be as simple as these yummy festive kabobs.

Have your kids practice counting, patterns, arrays and so much more with these hands on kabob recipes for the 4th of July.

Berry Kabobs from Family Circle

Thread 4 blueberries, 2 mini-marshmallows and 2 raspberries on each of five 10-inch wooden sticks.

On the remaining seven sticks, thread 4 raspberries and 3 marshmallows to create this all-American treat.​

*Fourth of July Wands from Weelicious

1. Slice the watermelon into 1/2 inch round slices, and then cut out star shapes using a three-inch star-shaped cookie cutter.
2. Gently slide the blueberries on wooden skewers* and finally place a watermelon star on the top.
3. Place the skewers in a tall glass or in decorated floral foam as an edible centerpiece.
 If serving to young kids, make sure they are careful with the wooden skewers.

*Watermelon Centerpiece  from Pen & Paper Flowers

*Angel food and berry kabobs from Skinnytaste. Serve with a cheesecake yogurt dip.

For the cheesecake dipping sauce:
 

4 oz 1/3 less fat cream cheese, softened
1 cup fat free Greek yogurt
1 tsp vanilla
1/4 cup raw sugar


For the skewers:

14 oz angel foods cake, cut about 1-inch cubes
72-84 medium strawberries (about 3.5 lbs) stems removed
1 pint blueberries
24 to 28 skewers


*Sweet and Savory  from Spicy Southern Kitchen

1 small seedless watermelon
1 pint blueberries
1 (12-ounce) container mozzarella balls, drained
skewers
salt, mint, balsamic dressing (optional)


Math has never been so yummy than with these math kabobs! Enjoy and Happy 4th of July!