Calling all team moms!! If you’re looking to put that special mom touch on your kids’ sports snacks then check out these fun and yummy After Game Snacks for Kids Sports. Make them memorable- add team colors, an inspirational note, and yummy snacks to fill they’re little bellies after a hard game!
My 8-year-old just started flag football and I’ve come to learn that each week a different family helps support the team by providing the after-game snacks. Knowing my turn as snack provider was coming, I scoped out previous snack bringers and thought maybe I should just go with the norm- fruit and chips in a zip-lock bag. Although I knew that would be the easiest thing to do, the crafter in me just couldn’t bring myself to settle on the norm. I just had to find a way to put my special mom touch on every bag.
How to put together the perfect After Game Snacks for Kids Sports
Start with Amazon or Party City. Depending on the sport, Amazon and Party City have a variety of themed bags to stuff snacks in.
Next, I downloaded a PNG of our team’s logo and uploaded it into Canva. You can do this with the FREE version on Canva. Start with creating your design and choose Flyer. In Elements, search Circle Outline Shape and apply to canvas. Mine is 3.4 by 3.4. Insert the uploaded logo and add an inspirational note or phrase. I added GO DOLPHINS below the logo. Select all elements added and group them together. Copy and paste 6 to a page and print as many as you need.
Cut out your logos and punch a hole at the top. Feed a ribbon through and secure it to each bag (punch a hole in the bags as well).
Add snacks and drinks! Done!
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What do I need to make these After Game Snacks for Kids Sports
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What Should I Put in My After Game Snack
- Capri Suns
- Mini water bottle
- Mini flavored water bottles
- Fruit snacks
- Fruit by the foot
- Granola bars
- Apple slices
- Orange slices
- Applesauce pouches
- Fruit Cup and plastic spoon
- Cheese stick
- Pepperoni and cheese sticks
- Mini Chocolates
How many items should I put in my bags
You can add whatever you’re comfortable with! There’s no right or wrong amount. My bags had 5 items- a zero sugar Koolaid pouch, applesauce pouch, popcorn, Fruit by the Foot, and a granola bar.
I hope you found this post helpful. It sure was fun putting together these After Game Sancks and the kids just absolutley loved them!
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Hi! I’m Meagan I just turned 40! I’ve been married for 14 years. I’m a proud boy mom, happily navigating my way through the little boy years. I met my husband over 20 years ago in high school; we got married 10 years later after graduating from the University of South Florida. I currently help run a family business with my parents while blogging about my life and love of DIY projects!
When I’m not at a kids sports game, I enjoy spending time with my family on a beach anywhere. I also love decorating and organizing, fun DIY projects, bargain shopping, and eating out or in! I also love Barbecue anything and a good show or movie on Netflix.