We do so much partying in my house that I look for the best deal. The most important thing to look for when making a goodie bag is sense. Is it Junk? So, many trinkets are just junk that won’t be used. I hate it when my kids brink home junk and just throw it in the toy box. Who knows when the next time it will be seen is when I am working on cleaning the thing out. This is what was in our goodie bags….I mean goodie cups
Elmo Loves You Plastic Cup, 17oz-In an eco friendly moment we ditched the bags and filled up drinking cups. We know they will be reused. The kids loved them!!! The parents did too.
GoldFish-We went to the store and got goldfish that looked like Dorothy, Elmo’s goldfish.
Fish Bowl -The were like 2.00 soooo glad we did this.
Fish Food-We divided these up evenly and sent some home with each child in their cup.
Their Cookies-We wrapped the cookies that they made earlier.
Crayola Washable Crayons-Just because Elmo loves to color. (we also went over coloring rules too. (no coloring on the walls ect.)