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    • Sonja Stephens Maxwell

      Minute to win it Valentine game, perfect for valentines day fun! 1. Bite the ends off the Red Vine 2. Open the Pixy Stix and dump the powder into the circle 3. Use their Red Vine straw to blow the powder out of the circle 4. Open the Hershey’s Kiss with one hand and eat it 5. Arrange their M&Ms; in the circles AND … 6. Complete the “M&Ms; Math” problem!

    • SentimentalValu

      Use during FCCLA week? Valentine's Day Party.... Minute to win it Valentine party. Here’s what they have to do, in 60 seconds or less: 1. Bite the ends off the Red Vine 2. Open the Pixy Stix and dump the powder into the circle 3. Use their Red Vine straw to blow the powder out of the circle 4. Open the Hershey’s Kiss with one hand and eat it 5. Arrange their M in the circles AND … 6. Complete the “M Math” problem!

    • Laney London

      Valentine party game 1. Bite the ends off the Red Vine 2. Open the Pixy Stix and dump the powder into the circle 3. Use their Red Vine straw to blow the powder out of the circle 4. Open the Hershey’s Kiss with one hand and eat it 5. Arrange their M&Ms; in the circles AND … 6. Complete the “M&Ms; Math” problem!

    • Peggy Anderson

      Class party idea: Minute to win it Valentine party Here’s what they have to do, in 60 seconds or less: 1. Bite the ends off the Red Vine 2. Open the Pixy Stix and dump the powder into the circle 3. Use their Red Vine straw to blow the powder out of the circle 4. Open the Hershey’s Kiss with one hand and eat it 5. Arrange their M&Ms; in the circles AND … 6. Complete the “M&Ms; Math” problem!

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