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Baby Shower Game but instead type: who walked first mommy or daddy? who talked first? who was the last to use diapers? or an embarrassing question like who peed their pants in school?

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Baby shower idea: instead of traditional games, buy a bunch of blank onesies and fabric markers so that the guests can create one-of-a-kind pieces of baby wearable art. Put on some music and get to work making onesies for the new baby! other great ideas @ bubbyandbean.com!

Baby shower idea: instead of traditional games, buy a bunch of blank onesies and fabric markers so that the guests can create one-of-a-kind pieces of baby wearable art. Put on some music and get to work making onesies for the new baby! other great ideas

doubles as napkins for your guests and a fun quiz about the new baby and mom.

The Baby Shower Napkin Quiz Game is a great baby shower choice. The quiz game doubles as napkins for your guests and a fun quiz about the new baby and mom. The napkins are perfect whether a boy or girl is on the way.

"Escape The Classroom" was built for middle and high school students. Lost in a new school, students will need to solve clues to escape the abandoned classroom to get to algebra in time! Students will be able to be successful as individuals, small groups, or whole class. Content includes order of operations (PEMDAS) and Greek/Latin roots.

"Escape The Classroom" was built for middle and high school students. Lost in a new school, students will need to solve clues to escape the abandoned classroom to get to algebra in time! Students will be able to be successful as individuals, small groups,

TEACHER: And that is how you find the MIN/MAX on your calculator. *BOOM* Drop the mic! STUDENT: What do I put in Y1? _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ No more of this! Give your students a great reference sheet to put in their notebook and NEVER ask you the keystrokes again!

TEACHER: And that is how you find the MIN/MAX on your calculator. *BOOM* Drop the mic! Give your students a great reference sheet to put in their notebook and NEVER ask you the keystrokes ag