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Sugar-Free Holiday Classroom Gift Ideas That Are Sweet

by Deborah Song on Nov 30th, 2017

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4. Snow Slime in a Jar. Few things have been as big a hit as slime this year. Not only will your child love making it, but their cohorts will enjoy playing with it. Take the liberty of adding your own touch with the glitter and confetti of your choice.

https://www.notimeforflashcards.com/2015/12/snow-slime-in-a-jar-homemade-gifts-for-kids.html

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5. Balloon ornaments. Let’s face it. The desired shelf life of most party favors is about the lifespan of a balloon. You want the wow factor and the thoughtfulness that comes with classroom gifts without trying to find a place for them on your already cramped shelf. These balloon ornaments fulfill their purpose of holiday flair. But by the time the desired effect has all but deflated, the balloon will have too and you can discard them guilt-free.

https://studiodiy.com/2013/12/06/diy-giant-ornament-balloons/

6. Santa-tizers. Working double duty this holiday season, santa-tizers can deliver gifts and keep germs at bay this winter. Dream a Little Bigger provides free printables for the two common sizes that antibacterial soaps come in.

https://www.dreamalittlebigger.com/post/hand-santa-tizers-free-printable.html

 

 

 

 

 

Deborah Song is a Canadian-born, Los Angeles-based writer, who obtained her master's in journalism from New York University. She is the founder of worklifeparent.com, and is passionate about helping parents find better work-life balance and proper support through community.

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