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10/11/13 8:45 A

You could make Rice Krispies Treats, They could be round like Snowballs or stack and decorate like snowmen. You can also make them shaped like a stocking and use Red Fruit Rollups for the stripes.

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10/8/13 3:36 P

Thank you ladies! Both are awesome ideas!

~Shauna~ :)
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10/8/13 3:18 A

With precut supplies, the children could create Christmas cards. Placemats could be another easy gluing project or you could put construction paper in a soda flat, drop marbles in Christmas colored paint and roll them around individually on the construction paper - laminate or cover in contact paper. Have fun!

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10/7/13 11:39 P

You can make snowmen out of construction paper or paper plates. Cut 3 large circles, line them up, glue the edges together, and decorate the snowman with construction paper accessories. You can pre-cut the pieces if you need triangle "carrot" nose, the charcoal eyes and buttons, pipe, scarf, and of course top hat.

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9/30/13 5:51 P

Hi. My name is Shauna and I am in charge of the Holiday Party in December for my 9 year old. The 3 other parents and I need to come up with one or 2 games, healthy peanut free snack and a craft. Does anyone have any ideas?

~Shauna~ :)
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