Testing Treats

This week, our third grade neighbors will begin their first round of end of the year testing.  To show some support, I made these fun little gifts for the students.

I bought some Hersey's Kisses, microwavable popcorn, and a pack of mini bubbles.  Then, I simply printed the signs out, taped them to a paper straw that I purchased from Michaels, and stuck them into the basket/containers you see above.  Easy peasy!

Here are a few close ups of each of the gifts.

I knew that left over Easter grass I had packed away would come in handy!  I found these little mini bubbles at Michaels.  They are perfect!

I personally think that they should get to watch a movie while they chomp on this popcorn.  Testing is hard work, they need to relax a bit too!

Many of the kids next door were my own second graders last year, and the teacher is one of my closest friends, so I love being able to let them know that they are being thought of.  It's a small gesture, but I hope it makes them feel special and reminds them that they are supported.

Last year, I was able to include student made gifts, but unfortunately, our testing schedule wasn't released until last Tuesday, and I was in the midst of putting on a school play (my kiddos rocked that, by the way).  You can read more ideas about supporting test takers here

Got some test takers to support?  You can grab the gift labels {here} for free!


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  1. Such a generous idea! Thanks for sharing the tags too :)
    My Second Sense

    1. Aw, thanks! I'm happy to share. I hope you can use them!


  2. Hey, Aimee! Thanks for the sweet comment! Your blog is looking cute as always! I look forward to getting back into the swing of things and seeing what you creative teachers have been up to! :) Hope you've had a great year!

    Mrs. Heeren's Happenings

    1. Aw, you are so welcome! I'm just glad to see you back in action. It sounds like the changes of this year have kept you super busy! Summer is going to be awesome for you!



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