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Discussion in 'Elementary Education' started by MissFroggy, Jul 28, 2007.

  1. MissFroggy

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    Jul 28, 2007

    Well, this is SORT of the same... but my situation isn't typical of most people on this board.

    Half my class is returning, and I want to do something with them. I was thinking of a picnic on the playfield. I want a great way to send an invitation- sometimes clever and cute. I saw a cute invitation on this board that was a message in a bottle, but don't know if I want something that expensive to send in the mail. Any other ideas?



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  3. Missy

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    What about using a picture of them from last year as part of the invitation? Kids (and adults!) love to be in the spotlight.
     
  4. nancyb

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    Cut the invitation into several jigsaw puzzle type pieces and send to the students that way. Or roll the invite into a cylinder, then put into a balloon. The kiddoes will have to blow up the balloon & pop it to get the invitation out!
     
  5. MissFroggy

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    I wrote this out as an invitation... so now I need something cute having to do with ducks??? Maybe? Most of the kids are 4th graders... I don't want it to be dorky!

    You’re Invited to a Back-to-School Picnic with Jessica

    Because you are one of the lucky ducks who gets to be in my class again… you are cordially invited to:

    Come visit with your classmates from last year, get a “sneak peek” of your new classroom, and have a picnic lunch on the big field with me, and the other returning students

    I look forward to seeing you!

    Come on Sept. --?, 12 pm
    Meet in Room A1
    (your new classroom!)

    Bring a yummy picnic treat to share with the group. I will provide juice and watermelon. Sandwiches, chips, veggies, etc. would be a great thing to bring. Finger foods only!
     
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    What about typing in "graduation rubber duck" into a search engine and copying one of those rubber duck images?

    There are all sorts of rubber duckies themed images and products out there.
     

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