It is that time of year again. And this year, I have two babies taking standardized tests. My Kindergartner has a full week of SAT-10 and my 5th grader has FSA / FCAT spread out from February through May.
I love doing encouragement testing treats for the sweet kids in their classes and thought I’d share. You can do these for an entire class or just do a little something special for your own kiddos the morning(s) of testing.
This one would work great with any type of yogurt (I used the Gogurt tubes), yogurt smoothies, or yogurt covered raisins.
You can find the “Go Do Yo Best” tag (included in a set with other healthy treat tags) at Oh So Blessed.
For more ideas, follow my Classroom Testing board on Pinterest.
I am so excited about tonight’s press screening of Disney’s Finding Dory and I wanted to bring you the plethora of wonderful Finding Dory materials that Disney has made available!
Finding Dory Educators Guide
Finding Dory Educational Activity Packet
Finding Dory Character Mobile
Finding Dory Coloring Pages
Finding Dory Connect The Dots
Finding Dory Maze Printable Activty
Finding Dory Memory Card Game
Finding Dory Selecting The Right Pet Fish
Finding Dory Weekly Calendar
Thank you to our sponsor, Walt Disney Studios, for providing Rooney, Party of 4 passes to the press preview showing of Finding Dory and for these Finding Dory printable activities for our readers. This post may contain affiliate links.
These are the treat bags I put together for B’s 4th grade class as a fun way to kick start their summer. I did something similar for C’s Pre-K class, but found bubbles with little graduation caps on them.
Great “Popping” items to include in a goodie bag (or on their own for a simpler treat):
Bubble Gum (these are Double Bubble fruity flavors!)
Blow Pops or Tootsie Pops
Coke / Soft Drink / Soda Pop
These could also work for Teacher Appreciation, neighbor gifts, etc.
You can find the FREE printable tags here.