Preschool Party Bags

I volunteered to make the goodie bags for Amelia’s Halloween Class Party, and the request was that they be filled with things the kids could do rather than eat. Here’s what I came up with: Dry Erase Jack O’Lanterns (which are really just pieces of paper I printed out and laminated), necklace making supplies, a matching pumpkins & numbers card set (which I just printed and cut out of cardstock), a few coloring pages, and my favorite – a popsicle stick pumpkin puzzle. For that I just taped several popsicle sticks together , painted them, drew on a face, and then put the pieces in a little ziploc bag. Fortunately there are only 11 kids in Amelia’s class, so production didn’t take too long. I hope they like them!JackDryErase necklace matching coloring puzzle1 puzzle2 puzzle3 puzzle4 puzzle5

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3 Responses to Preschool Party Bags

  1. kshalott says:

    What the what! You are amazing!

  2. Katie says:

    Thanks! Preschool projects were a bit of a stretch for me, but it was fun. Also, I’d like to thank Pinterest for making this all possible!

  3. kjomeg says:

    How about that for creativity! Super Halloween treats. Great work, Katie!

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