I made these for my last day of student teaching second grade.  They were a huge hit! Chop up crayons. Place them in a silicone baking mold. Bake at 230 degrees for 15 minutes.  Allow 10 minutes to cool.  Then pop out. I made a thank you card and tied it to each crayon.

I made these for my last day of student teaching second grade. They were a huge hit! Chop up crayons. Place them in a silicone baking mold. Bake at 230 degrees for 15 minutes. Allow 10 minutes to cool. Then pop out. I made a thank you card and tied it to each crayon.

Owl miss you! I made these for my fourth graders on my last day of student teaching

Owl miss you! I made these for my fourth graders on my last day of student teaching

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