Principal Phillips Dancing

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Decorating the tables for breakfast
January 2011: *classroom teachers responsible for having parent volunteers get items
  • donuts holes (asteroids)
  • napkins
  • juice boxes


Other Breakfast Ideas:

  • Pre-made pancakes




Lunch Ideas:
  • Space shapes cutout sandwiches (you can have parents make and cutout sandwiches for each student)
  • sleep-over-cake-recipe-photo-420-0497-FF04086.jpgSleepover cake idea (that can be made by a parent to bring in the day of Sleepover)
  • Ingredients
    • 1 baked 13- X 9- X 2-inch cake
    • 6 cups frosting (pink and light pink)
    • 5 Twinkies
    • 5 marshmallows
    • 5 vanilla or chocolate wafers
    • Gel icing (pink and green)
    • Mini jawbreakers
    • Pink and green Fruit by the Foot

  • Instructions

      1. Sleepover Cake Recipe - Step 1
        Sleepover Cake Recipe - Step 1
        Turn the cake upside down and lightly frost it. To make the bodies, cut the Twinkies in half lengthwise and place the tops cut-side down on the cake bed.
      2. Frost a pink sheet on the top third of the cake, flatten the marshmallows for pillows and position the wafer faces on the pillows. (Curly hair and big smiles can be made with gel icing; mini jawbreakers are perfect for eyes.)
      3. Frost a light-pink blanket over the Twinkies and the remaining cake. For flowers, use pink and green gel icing; for frills, cut Fruit by the Foot and ruffle it to make a snappy bed skirt.