Wordless Wednesday - Rainbow Loom

Hi everyone,

I'm joining my friend Christina over at Second Grade Sugar And Spice for WORDLESS WEDNESDAY!

Here is my picture for this week:

One of my students gave me a little present this morning... I can feel the love ;)

Are your students obsessed with these too? 
I'm trying to think of a way to use these as a reward in my class... Any ideas?

If you want to join the fun, head on over to Christina's blog for the Wordless Wednesday linky.

Later gators,

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  1. That is SO sweet!! :) Bracelets make me think of "cooperation" for school because of it being a circle and linking together. You give them to the table or row who shows the greatest cooperation throughout the week or month. :) Thanks for linking up!! :)

  2. Oh my goodness, my kiddos are OBSESSED with these! One of the boys wears like 20 of them on his arm! I felt lucky that he gave me one, haha!

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  3. I have several of those little gems in my bathroom drawer!
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  4. A couple of my kids are all about these, but mostly the ones with older siblings. This isn't necessarily a reward, but maybe the kids who really like making them could make them for other people - custodians, buddies from other classes, nursing homes, etc. Just a thought!

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  5. Precious! Mine are obsessed too!!! I love Melissa's idea! Our you could let a kiddo wear it that's doing a great job...then they can pass it on!

  6. Rainbow looms have not made it to my classroom yet, but several have said their siblings make them.


  7. I love the idea of making them for other adults who don't have the joy of spending their days with kids. :)
    A few if my kids are doing the rainbow looms, but not many!

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  8. Although the trend is cooling down, you could stock your treasure box with little packets of the bands. But beware! Some children will take the bracelet apart and launch the bands at other students!


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