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Submitted by:
Deiera Bennett
Submitted by:
Deiera Bennett
Target grades
Cost level
Low Cost/DIY
Group size

Get playful.

Toys are low-cost, small items you can find in almost any store. And guess what? Students love them, no matter how random they may seem.

At Maple Park Middle School, oversized plushies and lavalamps are in their top four store items. For students at Edison School of the Arts, creativity packs and slime are the preferred toys, and at Global Academy Charter School, students love mini footballs and lipgloss.

There are so many toys you can choose from. Just head into any discount store or dollar store, and you’ll find loads of trinkets to put in your school store. Look for items such as fidget spinners, rings, squishy toys, and keychains.

Here are some more ideas:

  • Stuffed Animals
  • Toy Cars
  • Sports Balls
  • Stress Balls
  • Jewelry-Making Kit
  • Games

What are you going to choose?

How It Works

Have students use their LiveSchool points to purchase these games. You can add extra point values that enable students to redeem in-class playtime with the items too or use the toy at their desk if it's not too distracting.

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