I use plastic peanut butter jars to store manipulatives. I like how these are easy for the students to access.
How to make homemade peanut butter! It is super easy and tastes SO much better than store-bought!
Healthy breakfast - rice cake (Organic, brown, non salted), peanut butter (I use the all natural crunch peanut butter) & bananas! I like little honey on it too.
How To Make A Bird Feeder Fun Summer Crafts for Kids - using toilet paper roll, sticks, bird seed, peanut butter (could use soy butter if peanut allergy), ribbon. Easy fun.
For the Birds
The Lesson Plan Diva: Do you use your manipulatives everyday? Math task cards that allow students to use manipulatives
Easy Chicken Pad Thai Recipe - I made this, next time, I'll use half the peanut butter it calls for. It was great, though!!
Chocolate Peanut Butter Squares, like Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, but homemade! And so easy. From themom100.com
Peanut Butter Twix Cookies -- so easy and good. Just like a Peanut Butter Twix Bar but BETTER!!!
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Easy Peanut butter candy....tastes like a PayDay candy bar!
these Peanut Butter Yummies remind me of peanut butter rice krispy treats- and oh how I love those
They are a PERFECT mini-whiteboard for students that can easily fit in their desk or cubbies! I like the idea of storing the glove/sock/eraser in the case, and that it is so portable. Students can also use the case to store math facts that they might be working on or other task cards!