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Make a Kiss to Give


Give each child a 12-inch square of aluminum foil and a strip of paper on which you have written "A Kiss for You!" Follow the directions on a rice cereal box to make the mixture for rice treats (cereal, margarine, marshmallows). Next, spray a funnel with vegetable cooking spray. When the rice cereal mixture is cool enough to handle, have children mold it into the funnel to form a treat the same shape as a chocolate "Kiss" candy. Place the kiss on wax paper to cool. Then wrap it in the foil and tape the strip to the top. Let children give their kiss to someone special.


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