Great Idea - Make Your Own Play Dough Kits! These DIY Play Dough kits are perfect for birthday party favors or to pass out as classroom treats, especially if you are trying to find an alternative to sweets. The kids will love mixing up this easy recipe.
30 Valentines for Kids from Creative to Downright Easy
A Little Tipsy: 30 Valentines for Kids I totally plan on doing the swedish fish one for my co-workers
A squeeze and kisses valentine-ideas. Except, instead of the squeeze, I'd do a hug drink.
Snowman Soup Kit - Set of 20 Stickers & Bags with FREE recipe card
Snowman Soup Kit - Set of 20 Stickers & Bags with FREE recipe card!
DIY Projects & Crafts
cute and simple.i would use these as treats for team building exercises. Possibly a good addition to something others may not necessarily enjoy doing
No Candy Valentines
Admit it, your kids just finished their Halloween loot and here comes VDay and more sweets! Check out these 20 adorably cute and super fun NO CANDY valentines for kids
Amanda's Parties TO GO: Valentines Sweet Shoppe Party Pudding Parfait
50 Ideas for DIY Valentines. I'm glad we don't have to worry about making Valentines Day cards for 30 classmates anymore. If we did, I would definitely look here for ideas.
25 Thrifty Homemade Valentine Ideas
Made these Pop Rock Valentines. 3 packs of Pop Rocks at the Dollar store and they had bags with hearts on them to put them in. Turned out super cute!
August Bright Idea: Grab and Go Birthday Cups
Minute Maid, a kids favorite drink for a school birthday treat.
30 Non Candy Valentines Ideas and Free Printables (Awesomesauce Applesauce but do squeezes; pencils, popcorn, glowsticks, crayons, goldfish & play-doh are good too)
We go together like cookies & milk valentines - cute idea :-) not sure about the link back.
20 Best Gift Ideas for Teachers. What gifts can you give to your teacher, we have listed 20 gifts ideas for your teachers, Have a good present
As the school year draws to a close, we need gifts! Here are some fun student gifts from teachers. They can also be used from students to one another!
I like the idea of giving students candy treats with cute notes for test days. This helps give them some energy power to do their test, and helps students with test taking anxiety. The positive notes starts the test day off on a good foot.