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    • Nona Oare Scott

      My room parent did quite a few of these games in my 4th grd class this past year. The kids had a blast!! Minute to Win It Classroom Games

    • Robin Edman

      Awesome brain breaks, Minute to Win it activities/explanations and candy awards for the whole class!

    • Emily Prien Yildiz

      Such a great idea! Give kids a brain break with minute to win it style games.

    • Visually Literate Teacher

      It would be a great idea to have minute to win it games ready to play in case of an indoor recess! Kids would have so much fun with this, and it would be much better than just sticking in a movie or heads up 7 up. -Emily Jacobson

    • Kelly Salmela

      Last Day of School fun games with the kids!

    • Wendy Deaton

      Last Day of School Ideas - Minute To Win Its and Candy Bar Awards!

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