I am room mom and am in charge of organizing the kids Christmas Party for my son's 4th grade class. I need all of your wonderful ideas on party food / treats and fun activities to do with the class! We will have 30 min - 1 hour for party time :)
You are all such a fabulous and creative bunch, I can't wait to see all the suggestions!
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That link was a great help!
I liked the post where the foods are named...like pretzels- reindeer hoof, van. ice cream- snowball, pizza - christmas tree.
I sure would like more of those ideas there weren't many for Christmas Theme.
~~ Julie ~~
I'd check out www.familyfun.com
do a short craft, listen to music, punch and cookies or cupcakes.
I found this doing a google search:
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Julie, these are a few things I have done as room mom in the past.
Provide unfrosted sugar cookies or cupcakes. Have the parents send cans of frosting, sprinkles, etc to decorate them with. The kids decorate and frost their own, you can set up the frosting and decorations at a table and let the kids go down a line.
If you are doing a gift or book exchange (we usually have a one dollar gift or a book exchange), you can have the girls bring for girls and the boys bring a boy gift. Have the kids sit in a circle and play Christmas music. Start with passing one gift at a time. When the music stops, the child holding that gift keeps it and sits down. You can do this separately for girls and boys.
If you go to the site http://www.dltk-kids.com you can print off some cute Christmas bingo cards. We play and use Christmas m&ms for markers. Have some Christmas pencils or some other little prizes for the winners.
If you end up with more time, you could have a Christmas craft, there are good ideas on that same site. A Chrismas story book is good to read also.
Good luck. I've got to get to work planning the party for my sons kindergarten.
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