The Guessing Game

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Bring the fun into FUNdraising!

With the help of an adult, visit the bulk store and pick up small candies, like jelly beans, that you’ll use to fill up a glass jar. With the permission of an adult, set up an area at your home, school or community center where people can donate money to receive a ballot that lets them guess the number of candies in the jar. After you’ve collected the ballots, count the candies and read the entries to find the person with the closest number, then contact them with the good news – they’ve won the candy jar!

 

TIPS:

  • Small candies work best because you can fit lots into a jar
  • Make sure the jar is clear and has a lid
  • Try not to use your bare hands when counting the candies to keep germs away

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822 Comments

  1. Puppy22496 says:

    I might do this with my best friend
    Me and my friend nat16soccer are going to do this

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  2. Genevieve10 says:

    I might do this for the pine martens

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    Unicorn2008 Reply:

    I going to do it

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    324deedee Reply:

    I am going to do it for pollinators

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  3. MrDaniel says:

    Sounds like a nice idea

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  4. FarmGirl07 says:

    I will do this

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  5. Chelsie06 says:

    going to do this idea maybe

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  6. rhea22 says:

    Sounds like a good idea!

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  7. sahara301 says:

    ill try to do this

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  8. Airmonster5 says:

    ill do it

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  9. Ella0130 says:

    I will probably do it for the pine martens but i am not sure…

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  10. KANOTO says:

    thats a gooooooood idea

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