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    Default What do you take to school to celebrate kids birthdays other than cakes

    My sons bday soon and I have noticed a lot of the parents will bring a cake or cupcakes to share with their classmates. I was wondering if there were others things I could take instead of cakes. I was thinking making little cars made out of milky ways and tiny teddies, just for something different.
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    Kids love fruit kebabs - balls of colourful fruit on skewers.

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    I have seen other Mums bring Donuts, Frog in a pond (jelly cups with a Freddo in the centre) and fruit platters.

    I usually take fruit kebabs if I'm not doing the cake/cupcake thing.


 

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