|Good stuff for 5th graders.
||[Oct. 17th, 2013|10:58 pm]
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I'm going to be finishing my 5th grade student teaching placement in 2 weeks and I'm going to be giving the kids little goodie bags as a thank you. I started buying some stuff tonight and so far I have pencils, erasers, and temporary tattoos. I plan on adding some candy to the bag (I've already checked with the teacher - no allergies or special diets), but I feel like there should be something else. I don't want to buy them cheap, plastic toys that will break or get lost within 5 minutes, but I'm also on a budget - and I have to buy for 51 students. My cooperating teacher said nothing is off limits, but I want to give them something they'll actually enjoy. Any inexpensive suggestions for 10/11 year old kids? |
DK/DC - Do any of you ladies actually hand wash your bras? I feel like I should probably start doing it but it seems like it would be tedious and I feel like I wouldn't be able to get them clean enough. Right now I just wash them on a gentle cycle in my washing machine and hang dry them, but I feel like I need to start taking better care of them.