Today was my last day with my kinders until after Easter. I wanted to give them a little something special as a treat, but I couldn’t bear to give them candy. The Easter Bunny always brings so much candy into their homes. Wanting to do something special, I gave each child a brand new container of play dough. AND I let them play with it in class.
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Coolest teacher ever, right?
(OK, so maybe that doesn’t make me the coolest teacher ever, but my kids sure loved it.)
I have an Easter treat for you as well! You can download these FREE labels to attach to your own class Easter treat. I like to keep things SIMPLE, so these are formatted to print on Avery 5163 labels. Simply print, peel, and stick to the wrapped treat or trinket of your choice. If you don’t share my obsession with label stickers, just print on paper or cardstock and attach to your treat with tape or ribbon.
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Have a blessed Easter!
Very cute Maria ! Have a wonderful, blessed Easter:)
Thanks! Happy Easter!
Those are cute little gifts.
Forever in First
These are great! So cute!! 🙂
Live, Laugh, I love Kindergarten
Thanks Maria, these are just darling! Love them.
Thank you!! These are perfect for a small treat. Thanks so much for sharing!
K Teacher – NC
You are very welcome Missie… enjoy!
These are simply ADORABLE! Thanks so much.
First Grade Schoolhouse
Super cute gift and tags! I like to give play dough rather than candy to kids too.
Conversations in Literacy
Super cute and sweet of you to share. Glad I found you over on Freebie-Licious!
The Resourceful Apple
These are adorable! Thank you for sharing! And, yes, coolest teacher ever for giving play-doh AND letting them play with it.
Thes kids LOOVED it!
Don’t know if you have ever tried this but the kids seem to like it. Open the play-dough and cut it into quarters while it is still in the container. Then you can put 1/4 of 4 different colors in each container. Hope that makes sense. It looks pretty and it is quite a surprise for the kidlets!
What size container did you use? I got the 6 oz& the labels don’t fit 🙁