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Classroom birthday treats

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Fun and easy store bought birthday treats for school. Kids (and teachers) will love these individually wrapped snacks. Nut free options.

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Fun and easy store bought birthday treats for school. Kids (and teachers) will love these individually wrapped snacks. Nut free options.

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It's Monday again! I'm linking up with Tara from 4th Grade Frolics for her weekly Monday Made It. It was a busy week, but I did get a few things done for the classroom. This week I saw these adorable little student birthday gifts that Learning is Something to Treasure had on her blog a while back. She even has the free printable! I got the cups and lids at our local Smart and Final. I took advantage of the free candy this week at Party City and filled the cups with a variety of candy. I then…

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Five for Friday is a weekly teacher linky party where you post five random things from today or this past week and on your blog. Then, you ...

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Managing 20-30 birthday celebrations in a year can sometimes be tricky for a classroom teacher. Here are 9 ways to celebrate birthday wishes within your classroom and simple birthday celebration ideas.

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Forget cupcakes and cookies. These classroom birthday treats are a breeze to make and I even include a free printable!

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Robot Birthday Treats Healthy Birthday Snack/ Treat for school. -Use foil cupcake liners for hat (fold in half and then a quarter fold, then roll & secure with double sided tape) -Pom poms for the top of the hat -Pip cleaners for arms -Applesauce or other fruit cup -Juice box -2 Mini raisin boxes -Spoon * Secure with double sided tape or hot glue gun

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