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Old 12-08-2008, 12:21 AM   #1
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What can I do for the kid's classes this year?
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Old 12-08-2008, 03:45 AM   #2
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This is a cute idea, a gumball countdown:
http://www.cricut.com/messageboard/tm.aspx?m=3457689

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Old 12-08-2008, 04:25 AM   #3
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How about edible ornaments? The kind that use the scalloped punch and peppermint patty are simple, yet unique.
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Old 12-08-2008, 10:21 AM   #4
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How about some animals made from punches??
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Old 12-08-2008, 02:16 PM   #5
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I've made some killer ornaments this year with my new Big Shot and white fun foam. I accented them with pearls from the Pretties Kit. Very cool!
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I'm doing these cute ornaments made from milkbones that I saw on another thread! The kids will make them themselves. They're super cute and super easy! Let me know if you want directions. Or a picture.
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I'm doing these cute ornaments made from milkbones that I saw on another thread! The kids will make them themselves. They're super cute and super easy! Let me know if you want directions. Or a picture.
would love to see these
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Hope this works. I think they're adorable.
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Sorry it's not a very clear picture.
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They are super cute!
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I'm doing these cute ornaments made from milkbones that I saw on another thread! The kids will make them themselves. They're super cute and super easy! Let me know if you want directions. Or a picture.
They're very cute. But just be aware that perhaps not all kids in the class celebrate Christmas.
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I'm using the small coils for the Bind-It-All (I have 100+ and they are too small for most of the BIA projects I do) to make small snowman notebooks for my son's class. I'm putting them with Christmas pencils and erasers from the $$ store. No candy!! Another mom in the class goes absolutely nuts and gives them tons each holiday.
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love the gunball idea, subscribing for that
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They're very cute. But just be aware that perhaps not all kids in the class celebrate Christmas.

Seems like a good way for those that don't celebrate to learn what a different culture or way of life does things ...
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Great ideas, very cute! Thanks!
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Items similar to Snowman Soup are:
-Reindeer Noses with red hard candy
-Santa Kisses with Hershey Kisses
-Candy Cane Seeds with peppermint candy

Have fun with whatever you make....

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Old 12-17-2008, 04:57 PM   #17
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What is snowman soup?
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snowman soup is a new christmas mug, inside is a envelope of hot chocolate, a candy cane to stir it with and a couple of hershey kisses to make it more chocolatey, there are cute little poems to tie on the mug
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I just found out this week that our teacher needed a snowman craft for next Tuesday for 25 3rd graders. I'm so swamped and don't really have time to prep, so we're going to make "melted snowmen" which I found online (not sure where though). Take an empty water bottle, put in googlie eyes, black beads, snowflake sparkles, small piece of orange foam. Tie a plaid scarf around the neck of the bottle and attach the poem. Pretty cute, cheap and very fast. Yeah!

Sorry, I can't credit the original artist!

Here's the poem I found to go with it.

I made a little snowman, as perfect as can be
I thought I'd keep him in my room and keep
him warm like me.

But when I woke next morning my mind was in a muddle.
He's run away, I don't know why and left me with a puddle.



Isn't that just super cute?
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