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Such a cute Halloween craft! These would be great for giving a candy bar to a friend or teacher for Halloween.

Mess For Less: Halloween Math: Candy Corn Counting.... Need to work on teens, this would be motivation

Cute treat idea... reminds me of when my parents gave out these kinds of candy sticks every halloween from SEE'S CANDY.

Thanksgiving Math with Candy Corn...focus on numbers and not so much the math problems. Could also make a book with numbers 0-10 or 11-20. I used corn kernels (light weight) to outline the numbers, but still thick. Next time I will use hole punch paper.

Halloween bat treats. Cute and clever, thanks for the idea. Sizzix has several size(s) of the pillow container die/shape cutter.

Problem solving was done through hands on learning in elementary school, and the activity commonly correlated with a theme, the season, or a unit we were working on. This way, the activity is creative and has the learners excited and engaged from the start.

Count Dracula Treat Pot ~ Turn plain clay pots into an adorable Halloween treat holder in a few fun steps.

Use one twelve sided die or two regular dice giving the kids the choice to use 1 or 2 of the regular dice.

Ahhh..so cute for the front porch on Halloween...going to have to make this for our first Halloween in the new house!