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Hi Martha –
You should probably just divide the elements for the pops into several groups – maybe 5-6 girls per “grouping” of bowls of marshmallows, sticks, candy melts, m&m’s, nonpareils, and candy melts. That way they all have their own little “station” to work from and everyone can reach.
The most important thing will be when to melt the candies. You should probably have them prep their marshmallow sticks first, then heat the candies up so that they’re ready to dip the marshmallows as soon as the candy is melted. You could also instruct them to work in an assembly line, so instead of doing everything, one girl dips, one sprinkles, and one tops with the m&ms. That could be fun too. :) Good luck!!
love the idea thank you
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