Lucky Charms

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  1. VANewbie

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    I saw a cute little lucky charms-I'm lucky to have you in my class this year- or something like that gift for the first day of school.

    Anyone know what teacher blog this is on?

    There was a cute printable to go with it.
     
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  3. VANewbie

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    Nevermind--2 seconds later I found it. HA!
     
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    Can you post the link?
     
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    So darn cute! Definitely doing this!
     
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    Yes it is sooo cute. I'm going to do it for open house. Cute treat for student who maybe scared to meet their teacher.
     
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    So cute!
     
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    yep - do it each year. In fact, I just got done getting mine ready yesterday. The only thing is I hate when they change the marshmallows - different ones so the poem has to be changed a bit. But I love doing it and the kids love getting them.
     
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    What poem?
     
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    :yeahthat:
     
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    There's no poem at the link...just a topper for a zip bag...that's what I'm going to use!:)
     
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    Me too!
     
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    I had to adjust it because the box I bought didn't have the pink heart or the purple horseshoe - so this is the one I'm using this year. I print the poem on cardstock and attach to baggie of cereal with a curling ribbon.

    HAVE SOMEONE READ THIS LIST TO YOU AS YOU HUNT FOR THE SPECIAL MARSHMALLOWS INSIDE…. You should find:
    A blue swirl moon--to remind you that you will shine in kindergarten!
    A colorful rainbow--to remind you of all the great, fun learning we will do this year
    A green clover--to give you good luck as you begin kindergarten.
    An orange shooting star--to remind you to always “shoot” for your best
    A yellow hourglass – to remind you of all the special times we will share this year
    A red swirl balloon--to remind you to soar above the clouds and try new things because the sky’s the limit!


    I give these to the kids on Meet the Teacher night (I make extra in case a little brother or sister really wants one).
    I also have a little baggie for parents with a tissue, cotton ball, hershey hugs, and a tea bag with a poem for parents as well. I love doing little things like that!
     
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    oh I like the topper too!
     

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