Kids burn a lot of energy when they are camping. They run from place to place, laugh, wrestle, and tumble. That means they tend to be more hungry than usual and you may find yourself continually being asked for something to eat. You can satisfy them and make life easier on yourself by making up a batch of finger sandwiches for the kids each day. They can help themselves and all will be well with everyone.
You could make three layer peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Cut the crusts off and cut them into triangles. These little sandwich quarters will be tasty and provide the protein they need to get them through until lunch or dinner. Or, make ham and cheese sandwiches and cut them into four strips. The kids will love the unique shape and the fact that they can grab them as a snack when they are hungry.
Another idea is to bake up canned biscuits at home. Choose the small ones, not the grands. At the campground you can slice them in half and fill them with tuna salad or with a slice of tomato and a piece of bacon. They are small enough for little hands and easy to carry.
Making an entire stack of finger sandwiches only takes a few minutes, and then you can cut them up and put them in the fridge or cooler. Have some cheese cubes, fresh cut up fruit, and veggies available too. They might like some ranch dip for the veggies.
Your little movers and shakers will be having a ball and they will be little food gobblers, too.