7 Last-Day-of-School Snacks

No more teachers! No more books! It’s summertime! Sometimes it’s nice to see school end. And these 7 simple treats for your kiddo’s last day of school make saying goodbye all the sweeter. You won’t have to work all week, break out your sewing machine, or be a superparent to make them, either . They’re simple, clever, and totally kid-approved. Sounds like an A+ to me!

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  • Book Worms 1 of 7
    Book Worms
    These Book Worms are the perfect reminder that summertime's good for learning, too!
    Get the details from With Glittering Eyes.
  • Smartie Pants 2 of 7
    Smartie Pants
    This easy idea for an end-of-year or kindergarten graduation gift turns Smarties into a reminder that your class is full of "Smartie Pants"!
    Get the details from Simple Girl At Home.
  • One Kool Summer 3 of 7
    One Kool Summer
    A classroom gift doesn't have to be intricate and difficult to make. Sometimes simple is better, like in this adorable idea for Kool-Aid class gifts.
    Get the details from Fakin' It
  • Owl See You Next Year 4 of 7
    Owl See You Next Year
    Turn four tiny chocolate bars into this bright and happy owl! It's a perfectly delicious way to say goodbye to all your school friends.
    Get the details from Jen's Happy Spot.
  • Edible Pencils 5 of 7
    Edible Pencils
    Make bright and sunny edible pencils with just a few basic items in this easy idea for an end-of-the-school year gift!
    Get the details from Endless Crafting.
  • End of School Scoop 6 of 7
    End of School Scoop
    Here's the scoop! You're going to be the best mama ever when you prepare these fun treats for your kid's class this year.
    Get the details from Write, Click, Scrapbook.
  • Squirmy Wormy Apples 7 of 7
    Squirmy Wormy Apples
    Make a batch of these Squirmy Wormy Apples to show your kids class that saying goodbye can be healthy and fun!
    Get the details from Squirmy Wormy Apples.

 

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