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dearwiseone
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I'm looking to change up my giveaways for preschools, but don't have many ideas for fun giveaways, other than coloring sheets. I've got a few smaller things, but nothing that's really speaking to me! Anyone have success with something that's fun for that age group and makes a good giveaway/promo item? Thanks! - Kevin
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Paper top hats would go over well with that age group. They wouldn't even have to be full hats - just fronts with an elastic or paper band to hold them on the head.
dearwiseone
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Nice, that's a good one I hadn't thought of! I'm trying to think of something with a rabbit, something that's interactive, or a cheap toy. Those might go well together!
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Yeah the coloring sheets do get old in a hurry to preschoolers. Most schools use them as time killers
but after awhile they all start to look alike. They end up in the trash much faster than most think.

Lot of paper Rabbit Craft stuff here:
http://www.dltk-kids.com/animals/rabbits.html

Also do a search for "preschool art and craft projects"
Many of the sites will have printable patterns.


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I used to hand out a colored plastic sleeve with a coloring page, a few fun stick-on tattoos, a Fortune Fish, and my business card (for the kids to give to their parents).
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Hey Kevin, Maybe you could rewrite the Fortune Telling Fish predictions just for preschoolers.

Hmmm...and then maybe sell a million to other magicians and then retire. Smile

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dearwiseone
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Tom,
Great idea:)

I should have checked with you first! Good call on the craft projects.

The coloring sheets might still be a good idea, even though I bored with them, do you think schools like them because they fill time?

Thanks,
Kevin
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For themed shows (Halloween, etc.) we used to hand out a printed page with relevant games, facts, and puzzles.
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Yes Schools like the coloring sheets, but kids take so many home that after awhile they all look the same.
I'm not sure they get noticed like it needs to. Unless of course it stands out above the rest.

Arthur mentioned stick-on tattoos. I like that idea. Stickers make good rewards for kids.
If you could find some magic stickers that might be a good giveaway.
Maybe something they could stick on their backpack, shoes,etc.


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