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  • Nicole Jones

    To make the Punch board, I used Chinet styrofoam bowls, 2 layers of tissue paper, and tape. I taped the bowls to a science display board. Each student got to punch one, and inside they found candy and also a fun fact that we read to the class and discussed.... Would even be cool for a middle school review game or something.

  • Julie Renee

    Reminds me of Price is Right game Punch a Bunch! To make the Punch board, I used Chinet styrofoam bowls, 2 layers of tissue paper, and tape. I taped the bowls to a science display board. Each student got to punch one, and inside they found candy and also a fun fact that we read to the class and discussed.

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  • Julie Reid

    Party Idea? To make the Punch board, I used Chinet styrofoam bowls, 2 layers of tissue paper, and tape. I taped the bowls to a science display board. Each student got to punch one, and inside they found candy and also a fun fact that we read to the class and discussed.

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