1-2-3 Make Some Back To School Treats With Me!
I enjoy browsing Pinterest to help trigger ideas. A big thank you to all of those creative geniuses out there who make the time to share.
I especially think that a "play on words" is really cute. I've used some favorites that have been Pinned in a variety of ways, and added my own twist, for some sweet back to school treats.
Click on any of the bolded links to zoom there. Here's hoping they help you have a wonderful time getting ready for back to school!
As a special way of saying Welcome; I like leaving a little surprise on my students' desks on the first day of school.
The "I hope you have a 'bear-y' special school year", features Gummy Bears. You can buy individual packages, or bulk and make your own Snack Baggies.
This star treat features Starburst candy. I put 3 on a star, but 1 also works just fine. If you don't want students eating candy in school, simply have them tuck it in their backpack, or distribute them at the end of the day.
Mini boxes of cereal make a nice snack. Students can munch it dry, or save for home and enjoy with milk. "Cereal-ously" is a stretch for "Seriously" but it works.
For a really inexpensive and simple treat, there's nothing like a refreshing Popsicle at the end of a warm day.
Simply have your students choose a flavor at the start of school, freeze in your cafeteria fridge and take out for a sweet snack before your kiddo's leave.
Finally, S'mores are a real hit. Children can eat separately right out of the Baggie, or have them assemble, place as many as 5 on a paper plate and zap in the microwave for 7-12 seconds, depending on your micro.
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"An educated person is one who can entertain a new idea, entertain another person, and entertain himself." -Sydney Herbert Wood