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“Whooo’s been good” is a little surprise jar that we have in our house for when I catch the kids doing something unexpected and totally awesome! aspottedpony.com

“Whooo’s been good” is a little surprise jar .maybe use as a punch card reward.when you get 5 punches you get a prize! Not sure if the candy in this jar is good.

Candy Bar Awards

End of the Year Awards - End of Year Awards - Candy Awards

50 EDITABLE Candy Bar Superlative Awards for the End of School. Each candy award is offered in both a girl graphic & boy graphic. It's also available in both a colorful sunburst background and one with a white background to help save your ink.

Use popsicle sticks, tissue paper, and bulletin board borders to make birthday cupcakes.

Use popsicle sticks, tissue paper, and bulletin board borders to make birthday cupcakes. 36 Clever DIY Ways To Decorate Your Classroom

Variations on a theme: instead of the proverbial candy jar at work, make a positive thoughts "take one" jar. Brighten someone's day without added calories! Spread joy wherever you go.

I want to print this out and post them up everywhere around town! This is the neatest idea that I& seen in a very long time.

Great way to hang up anchor charts.  a tension rod, command hooks, and binder rings.

Fun With Firsties: Command hooks and a tension rod create a super easy anchor chart stand. I wouldn't use this as an anchor chart stand, but I can think up some uses for it!

The Elementary Entourage: Wrapping Up Your Year with Candy Awards!

Making learning fun and engaging by creating high-quality lessons and resources for the elementary classroom.

hot glued pom-poms to the top of dry erase marker for students to have easy access to erasers and my tissues weren't wasted. Easy and cheap solution!

What a great idea for whiteboard markers - attach a pompom to the marker cap and the students have an instant whiteboard eraser for their personal whiteboards.

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