When it comes to sorting your welcome candies, you should know that there are many ways that you can do it, and in this article, we are going to show you some of the many ways how.
A worker at Sweet Services said the idea behind candy sorting is to do it in a way that excites the people that you are doing it for. It could be adults at a party or it could be children at your school. And so it goes, there are sorting ideas that are best for adults and there are ideas that are best for children.
For adults, there’s nothing like using food to sort the candies. If you are into baking, bake cupcakes or cookies in different colors and then put the candies in the same color on top of them. But even if you do not know how to bake, we are pretty sure your neighborhood bakeshop offers colors pastries in different colors especially now that it’s the holiday season.
If baking is not your thing, you could always sort the candies the old-fashioned by putting them in different plates or containers. While that may sound boring, you can actually make it a little bit more fun by buying plates and containers in different designs and colors. You can take a look at your favorite retailer and see what they have to offer.
For children, you can take different action figures and make it look like they spewed candies. We saw a picture where a ninja turtle had a line of green skittles below it, while Spiderman had red. If your neighborhood store offers it, you could also buy containers in the shape of crayons and put the candies of the same color in each of them. Kids love crayons and you can make their coloring experience more fun by putting crayon containers before them. Of course, it’s up to you if you will allow them to eat as they are working or not allow them to do so until they are finished with the task that they are doing.
If you are a Math teacher, you should know that there are candy boards out there that make numbers fun for your student. You can easily buy these boards online. The good thing about it is that they are not expensive at all.
Now that we’ve given you enough ideas on sorting candies, it’s time for you to implement them.