Jack made a robot card for his teachers. The back of the plastic candy cup is tin foil for the teacher to pierce through.
Here are the gifts for Ilana's teachers. My favorite chex mix, ok the only chex mix, I like. It is beyond addicting.
Chex Mix Recipe:
Judy's Chex MixPut: sugar, butter, and syrup in a pot and bring to a boil.
Crispex Cereal (1 Box)
Large jar of Plantars roasted peanuts
Small bag of pretzel sticks
1 Box of light brown sugar
2 sticks of salted butter
1/2 cup light Caro syrup (you can find it right by the pancake syrup)
Mini baking M & M's
A cheap throw away turkey roasting pan. If you get the really big one it just makes clean up way easier.
Put: cereal, peanuts, and pretzels in the roasting pan.
*it needs to be a FULL boil (center and edges) for 90 seconds. If you don't do it long enough then the chex mix will end up sticky and if you do it too long it will be really hard. So watch the clock.
Put: in the oven at 350 for 8 minutes. Stir itagain and put it in for another 8 minutes.
Spread over tin foil (the new non-stick kind is best) on the counter to cool. You will need a lot of counter space so clear it off before hand. Add the M & M's as soon as you can. They will melt a little bit and stick to the mixture. That is okay because otherwise they would all fall to the bottom of the container and you don't see them again until you have eatten it all.
As the mixture cools it can all lump together. As it cools I usually go around and spearate it a little.