As summer starts to come to an end this year, let’s talk about ways to use buttons in the fall. Many events happen in this season such as; school back in session, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and so much more.
School Back in Session
With fall that means it’s time to get back to school. In the classroom, you can use buttons for celebrating the students on their achievements and birthdays. For younger kids, achievements could look like moving up to a higher reading level or doing good on their math tables. It’s good to acknowledge improvement for the younger age group to help encourage them to keep up the good work they’re doing.
When it comes to birthdays, it can be fun to having something special for the kid that day. An idea on how to use buttons for birthdays could be getting a button that says “It’s My Birthday” and leave a space at the bottom open to use a dry erase marker to write in the name of the birthday kid. To learn more about how you can use buttons in a school setting click HERE to read one of our previous blog posts.
Halloween season comes with lots of fun activities that you can do and fun ways to use buttons in the fall. Some of those activities include; Halloween fairs, pumpkin patches, corn mazes, hayrides, and of course the main event Halloween. All of these events would be made even better with buttons or button packs. Buttons can help with advertising to the public about your pumpkin patch or corn maze. Buttons can be handed out to visitors to help spread the word. Selling them at the pay stand to enter the event can help with gaining profit for your maze or patch the next year. At Halloween fairs, buttons can be used as name tags for the workers, or decorate their uniform to get more into the Halloween spirit.
For many, this holiday is used to remember to be thankful for what you have. Some spend time helping at food banks and other places to donate their time and hard work to help others. Buttons can be used to help identify the volunteers or even a way to raise money. The volunteers could go around to friends and family selling buttons to help raise money for supplies the food banks and shelters need.
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