After games I let them pick out a prize and then at the end I let them choose 3 more prizes. Here is what I had available.
- Glow sticks
- Plastic Snakes
In addition to the little toys they got through out the party each child also got a piece of chalk.
The chalk was a summer product at Walmart. So in January I was able to get them $.50 for a 4 pack! The little baggies were leftovers from last years puppy party and the labels were free printables from On One Hand. She has different numbers so you can base it on the age of the Birthday boy/girl!
The adults weren't left out either. Each family got to take home a cookie mix in a jar.
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Here is the recipe for the cookie mix just add one layer at a time packing lightly to keep it from mixing.
I found that you didn't need to pack it as tight as other recipes say. The ones that I did pack had a lot of headspace. After that I just cut up from fabric from my stash and tied with ribbon.
I made the cute cookie monster label you can get print here. On the back of Cookie is the instructions to bake. (For personal use only). I think these would be cute for any gift not just Sesame Street themed. Cookie Monster is loved by all!
Hope you got some ideas for your party!