Back to School Candy Pencils

It’s time to celebrate the School year! These Back to School Candy Pencils are perfect for a Back to School Party, after-school treat, or make enough to share with the class and send them on the First Day of School. 

CANDY PENCILS - Make these FUN Candy Pencils for Teacher Gifts, Classroom Treats and more! The kids will have a blast helping to make them too! Just a few simple supplies are all you need!

Are you all ready to send your kiddos back to school? You can make these fun Candy Pencils for Teacher Gifts, Classroom Treats and more. The kids will have a blast helping to make them too. It’s definitely a busy time, but I know your kiddos will love these Candy Pencils.

CANDY PENCILS - Make these FUN Candy Pencils for Teacher Gifts, Classroom Treats and more! The kids will have a blast helping to make them too! Just a few simple supplies are all you need!

We have lots to cover so let’s get started…

CANDY PENCILS - Make these FUN Candy Pencils for Teacher Gifts, Classroom Treats and more! The kids will have a blast helping to make them too! Just a few simple supplies are all you need!

Back to School Candy Pencil Supplies

  • Rolo Candy – you can use prepackaged or buy individual Rolos in a bag and tape them together. We have done both and they both work.
  • Hershey Chocolate Kisses
  • Yellow scrapbook paper
  • Pink scrapbook paper
  • Metallic or Foil scrapbook paper
  • Paper cutter  (optional, but it’s really handy)
  • Markers – black for the pencil tip and another color to write on the pencil
  • Adhesive – we used tape, Elmer’s Extreme Glue Stick, Tape Runner
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • 1 piece of lined paper to use as a guide
  • Large skewer or scoring tool

CANDY PENCILS - Make these FUN Candy Pencils for Teacher Gifts, Classroom Treats and more! The kids will have a blast helping to make them too! Just a few simple supplies are all you need!

Step 1 – cutting paper

  • Yellow – cut  3 1/2 x 4 1/2 inch
  • Pink – cut  1/2 x 3 1/2 inch
  • Metallic – cut  3/4 x 3 1/2 inch
  • Circle – trace around end of Rolo candy and cut out

CANDY PENCILS - Make these FUN Candy Pencils for Teacher Gifts, Classroom Treats and more! The kids will have a blast helping to make them too! Just a few simple supplies are all you need!

Step 2

  • Using the lined paper as a guide, score the long side of the yellow paper every 2 lines with a skewer

CANDY PENCILS - Make these FUN Candy Pencils for Teacher Gifts, Classroom Treats and more! The kids will have a blast helping to make them too! Just a few simple supplies are all you need!

Step 3

  • Write in the middle of the paper
  • Fold on each of the scored lines

CANDY PENCILS - Make these FUN Candy Pencils for Teacher Gifts, Classroom Treats and more! The kids will have a blast helping to make them too! Just a few simple supplies are all you need!

Step 4

  • Attach the pink and metallic pieces of paper onto the end of the yellow with glue or adhesive

CANDY PENCILS - Make these FUN Candy Pencils for Teacher Gifts, Classroom Treats and more! The kids will have a blast helping to make them too! Just a few simple supplies are all you need!

Step 5

  • Carefully remove the white piece of paper with Hershey on it, and color the tip of the kiss with a black marker

CANDY PENCILS - Make these FUN Candy Pencils for Teacher Gifts, Classroom Treats and more! The kids will have a blast helping to make them too! Just a few simple supplies are all you need!

Step 6

  • Trace around the end of the Rolo candy and cut out the circle
  • Attach the circle to one end of the candy with glue or adhesive

CANDY PENCILS - Make these FUN Candy Pencils for Teacher Gifts, Classroom Treats and more! The kids will have a blast helping to make them too! Just a few simple supplies are all you need!

Step 7

  • Using glue or adhesive, wrap the Rolo candy with the paper and secure, then add the kiss.


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