Back to School Savings on Ranger Rick Magazines Order Now

Peach Goslings

Make a yummy gosling snack out of sliced peaches.

Powered by:
Average Rating:
Participant Age: Under 7
Approximate Cost: Under $10
Duration: 1 to 60 minutes
Difficulty:
Physical Challenge:
  • 3 red grapes cut in half lengthwise
  • Can of sliced peaches
  • Raisins
Make Goose
  • Place three slices of peach on a plate to make goose’s feathers. Add two grape pieces to make the goose’s neck.
  • Use part of a slice of peach to make the goose’s head.
  • Cut one grape piece in half and use it to make the goose’s bill.
Make Goslings
  • Use pieces of peach slices to make the goslings’ bodies and heads.
  • Add pieces of raisins for eyes and the goslings’ bills.

Sign up to receive fun activities

Advanced Search >

Join National Wildlife Federation on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest      Join Ranger Rick on Facebook Check out Ranger Rick magazine on Twitter Visit Ranger Rick on Pinterest

RR Jr Reading Guide button
  • Gather seeds in all shapes and sizes, then glue them together into fanciful creatures.
  • These strawberry ladybugs are a sweet summer treat. They're easy to make--and fun to eat!
  • This simple meal is a classic that's great for camping or at home on the grill. The best part is that it requires no pots, no pans, and no mess!
  • Each person in your family picks their favorite ingredient to design your own trail mix recipe.
  • Use leaves from your backyard and your own hand to make this festive Thanksgiving craft.

 

Ranger Rick's CampZone
Ranger Rick's GreenZone
From: Ranger Rick, rick@nwf.org
Subject: { Your name goes here } sent you a laugh from Ranger Rick
Message: The following message was sent to you by { Name } from Ranger Rick's Laugh Finder website:

{ Your note }



Click here to find the answer on Ranger Rick's Laugh Finder >>
From: Ranger Rick, rick@nwf.org
Subject: { Your name goes here } sent you a question from Ranger Rick
Message: The following message was sent to you by { Name } from Ranger Rick's website:

{ Your note }



Click here to find the answer on Ranger Rick's website >>