I lovingly dedicate this post to all of the wonderful people who post their class party ideas on the internet. I hadn’t planned a thing yet when I sat down at 9 p.m. the night before to think about Rushton’s end of year class party, but by 9 a.m., I was ready with 5 fear factor games that knocked their 3rd grade socks off! Digging for coins in kitty litter, dropping marbles into glass bottles using only their toes, transferring slimy oily spaghetti across the playground by handfuls, water balloon toss, and an icky facts quiz. They loved it!

I lovingly dedicate this post to all of the wonderful people who post their class party ideas on the internet. I hadn’t planned a thing yet when I sat down at 9 p.m. the night before to think about Rushton’s end of year class party, but by 9 a.m., I was ready with 5 fear factor games that knocked their 3rd grade socks off! Digging for coins in kitty litter, dropping marbles into glass bottles using only their toes, transferring slimy oily spaghetti across the playground by handfuls, water balloon toss, and an icky facts quiz. They loved it!

I lovingly dedicate this post to all of the wonderful people who post their class party ideas on the internet. I hadn’t planned a thing yet when I sat down at 9 p.m. the night before to think about Rushton’s end of year class party, but by 9 a.m., I was ready with 5 fear factor games that knocked their 3rd grade socks off! Digging for coins in kitty litter, dropping marbles into glass bottles using only their toes, transferring slimy oily spaghetti across the playground by handfuls, water balloon toss, and an icky facts quiz. They loved it!

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