These adorable little covers help make the countdown to Christmas exciting. They fit right over most standard size muffin pans. You put little trinkets in each compartment for a treat for your kiddos to help build their excitement for the arrival of Christmas. You can use it for your own children or for your students.
To use: print on card stock, laminate, cut around the circles, tape down to the pan after you put the trinkets in.
Classroom Trinket Ideas:
Use little pieces of paper that tell what you are doing for the students or what you are adding to the classroom:
*add a sensory bin
*eat lunch in the room
*new playground toy
*take a walk outside
*Just Dance videos
*sit by a friend
*the possibilities are endless
*hints to where they will find something that was too big to fit in the tin - such as, scarf, book, pencils, lotion, markers, headband
*hints to where they will find something that was too big to fit in the tin
*I find boy ideas to be a little harder, so my son mostly gets hints to where things are on little pieces of paper - such as, mechanical pencils, $5 gift cards, American Eagle socks
*I have also needed to cut up letters to spell a bigger item that he has to wait for over time until he builds the whole word - such as, NEW SHOES or MOVIE or BOOK
Be creative and feel free to message me with your ideas too!
Credits: Heidi Chalk Font on TpayT; WhimsyClips.com; fromthepondgraphics.com