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  • Studying and learning is always more fun when you have some yummy treats on hand.

  • But carrying snacks to school can sometimes be super risky.

  • Luckily here are over 15 epic ideas on how to sneak candy in class plus prank your teachers

  • and schoolmates!

  • is above the waterline.

  • These are formed by snowfall in very cold places, where it will not melt in the summer.

  • The snow builds up and compacts into ice.

  • This is gradually then pulled down by gravity into the sea.

  • Iceberg is a large piece of ice floating in the sea.

  • We have about 90% under the water and then only 10%...

  • They are especially common during spring because that... what is this noise?!

  • She's eating candy.

  • No, she's eating candy!

  • Detention! Both of you!

  • These candy belts are so delicious and I love all the beautiful rainbow colors.

  • Their shape kind of reminds me of a bookmark!

  • To make our candy bookmark even more realistic let's attach a little tassel to it.

  • Make a hole on one side of the bookmark using a hole puncher.

  • Luckily the consistency of these treats is not too chewy and sticky so it isn't hard

  • to make a hole at all.

  • Now grab a tassel, thread it through the opening and tie a double knot.

  • I actually made this tassel myself and if you want I can show you how to make it in

  • one of my next videos.

  • Now our candy belt looks exactly like a bookmark and gives us the perfect chance to sneak candy

  • in class and prank our teachers and schoolmates.

  • ...Is only one star of millions and millions in the galaxy.

  • So it is a star.

  • Mm.

  • This candy bookmark looks so realistic!

  • No one will ever be able to notice that you're actually sneaking candy in class.

  • Besides that it looks so pretty with those bright colorful stripes.

  • The prettiest and most delicious bookmark out there for sure!

  • If chocolate is more your thing - try sneaking candy melts in a watercolor painting set like this one.

  • Remove the color blocks from the container.

  • Now take some colorful candy melts - these taste exactly like white chocolate which is

  • like my favorite thing ever.

  • Place one candy button inside each circle and you got yourself a super realistic watercolor

  • paint set that is completely edible and delicious!

  • This one is so quick and easy to make plus extremely convenient when you feel like having

  • something sweet during class.

  • No one will suspect that this aren't the real watercolors, but delightful chocolate

  • treats instead.

  • Other stars may be larger, smaller or fainter than our sun, but they are so very far away

  • that we only see then as the point of light in the night sky.

  • The sun is over 1 million times bigger Sara and Katie are you listening to what I'm saying?!

  • The package of these sweet milky chocolates has almost the same dimensions as a box of

  • colored pencils.

  • Grab a packet of 24 colored pencils because it's deeper and take out all the pencils.

  • This will be the perfect box for our milky chocolates ! You can unwrap the chocolates

  • to make them more easily available during class or you can just keep the wrapping paper on.

  • Put them in your colored pencils package - as many as you can possibly fit in!

  • To cover this opening print a picture of colored pencils and cut it out.

  • Place it inside the chocolate box to cover the opening making it possible to sneak chocolates

  • to class.

  • Honey bee's are very important pollinators for flowers, fruits and vegetables.

  • This means that they help other plants grow.

  • And what are honey bee's more famous for?

  • Delicious honey!

  • How smart right?

  • Delicious chocolates in a colored pencil box are a perfect pick me up treat during class!

  • You can share them with your schoolmates or have them all for yourself.

  • Whatever you do just be careful so you don't get caught!

  • Edible eraser?

  • Of course and super tasty too!

  • Erasers come in all sorts of shapes and sizes.

  • Luckily so does gummy candy and marshmallows.

  • Have a look and try to find the perfect match!

  • This white eraser looks really similar to the foamy candy squareyup I think we

  • got a match!

  • Pull the eraser out of the pink wrapper and push in the white candy square!

  • It fits perfectly!

  • Seems like it's our lucky day because we have space for one more piece of candy on

  • the other side!

  • Voila our edible eraser looks just like the usual real one!

  • Such a fun idea to sneak a delicious treat to class and a great opportunity to prank

  • your classmates too.

  • Their face expressions when seeing you eat your eraser will be priceless for sure.

  • That's why it is a perfect treat to sneak in class.

  • Seems like this Nutella sticks snack was made to fit in a pencil holder that's why it is

  • a perfect treat to sneak in class!

  • Open it up - are you hungry yet?

  • Cause this looks so tasty!

  • Take an empty pencil holder and pop in your chocolaty snack.

  • Half of the pencil holder is still empty which is perfect as we can put in a bunch of pens

  • and pencils.

  • How amazingly awesome is this idea right?

  • I can't get over it, it's so cool!

  • Now you can enjoy your chocolate bread sticks in class without anyone noticing.

  • You have five minutes to solve this equation and remember we're in school kids so we are

  • here to learn!

  • Kids!

  • All the teacher will see is a usual pencil holder filled with pens.

  • In the meantime you can indulge with your delightful snack in peace.

  • These two seem like a match made in heaven! Literally!

  • Sharing is caring so don't forget to share some with your friends too.

  • You can use your pencil holder to sneak other treats in class too.

  • If you can't function without coffee this idea is perfect for you!

  • Place a ready to drink coffee cup in your pencil holder.

  • We still have some space left which is perfect for all the pens and pencils.

  • Pop them in and your coffee pencil holder is ready!

  • This hack is a life saver especially if you didn't get much sleep the night before and

  • you need a good energy boost!

  • Just stick in a straw and you're ready enjoy your sneaky coffee.

  • What is this smell...

  • I need coffee.

  • If you're not a coffee person you can totally switch it up with with some other drinks like

  • some fruity yogurt.

  • These are so cute but also nutritious and delicious!

  • Place it in your pencil holder full of pencils or pens.

  • Grab a straw pop it in and enjoy.

  • The straw looks like one of the colored pencils in the bunch - perfectly camouflaged.

  • This hack is ideal if you don't have time for breakfast in the morning.

  • You can still enjoy a nutritious meal in class!

  • We have an equation with one unknown character.

  • So what we're going to do now, is we're going to put unknowns on one side of the equation

  • and then we can solve the equation.

  • Have you ever noticed that a package of Oreos has the same shape as a pencil case?

  • Well I have, so let's transform this Oreo pack in a legit pencil case!

  • Grab some small scissors as they're easier to work with and make a cut along the entire

  • Oreo packet like this.

  • Now take a glue gun and apply a few stripes along the top and bottom side of the cut we

  • made earlier.

  • You can use other sort of glue just make sure that it works on plastic and fabric materials.

  • Take a zipper and place it on top while the glue is still soft.

  • Next you want to take a fabric of your choice, I went for this pretty blue with white polka dots.

  • Place it on a flat surface with the front facing down.

  • Put your Oreos on top.

  • Grab some fabric glue or a glue gun and apply a stripe along the top and bottom sides of

  • the zipper.

  • Wrap the fabric around the cookies and stick the ends to the zipper.

  • And do this on the top and bottom side.

  • To make our Oreos look exactly like a pencil case the easiest way is to take two small

  • elastics and tie them on the sides like this!

  • Now it looks like a real candy pencil case which is super accurate as it is filled with

  • sweet and yummy Oreos!

  • Let's impress our friends with it!

  • For the last 10 minutes of today's class, you can start reading chapter 9, meanwhile

  • I will correct some tests.

  • Psst, hey!

  • I am in love with this Oreo pencil case idea because it's just so unique and creative.

  • You can use it for any kind of cookies that have a similar rounded packaging.

  • Yum yum sitting in class has never tasted better!

  • Class, Silence!

  • It's my fave!

  • These chocolate eggs were probably my favorite sweets when I was little and play dough pot

  • seems like the perfect container to hide them in.

  • Grab a pot of play dough and take the dough out.

  • All we need to do is to replace it with the Kinder egg.

  • But first let's wash it because the number one rule is that you can only store food in

  • extra clean containers.

  • Time to take a Kinder egg.

  • I have this packet of three so let's see what's inside!

  • Hmm... Which one would you chose?

  • I'm going for the middle one.

  • You can already unwrap it to make it easier to grab in class, but I'm just keeping it

  • with the wrapper on.

  • Put the lid on and it's ready to take to school!

  • Whenever the sweet cravings kick in simply reach for your play dough pot and have some

  • yummy chocolate!

  • You can even trick your friends by offering them a pot as well.

  • Too bad that this one does not contain any chocolate.

  • Also don't forget about the toy!

  • Who would have thought that school can be so much fun.

  • Aaa!

  • Class!

  • These little pringles pots can be easily transformed into legit pencil holders!

  • Basically all you need is some wrapping paper!

  • Wrap it tightly around the pringles pot.

  • Take a piece of tape and secure the wrapping paper in place.

  • Time to open op our pringles!

  • Mm... this looks delicious!

  • To make it look like a real pencil holder let's pop in some coloring pencils and other pens.

  • That's what we're talking abut!

  • We got a totally useful pencil holder filled with crispy pringles!

  • From your teachers perspective this looks like a legit pencil pot, while you can snack

  • on these salty treats without a worry in your mind!

  • What more could we ask for!

  • Why settle for a bit of chips, when you can have loads of it.

  • Yup let's transform a big pringles tube in a cool pencil case.

  • Take a larger piece of crafting or wrapping paper and place it on a flat surface.

  • Grab your chips or crisps - whatever you like to call them and wrap the paper around the package.

  • Secure it in place with a bit of tape.

  • To make this pringles pencil case super realistic, print a picture of a zipper which is as long

  • as your pencil case and cut it out.

  • Using a piece of double sided tape or some glue, stick the zipper on the case.

  • How cool is that? It looks so real!

  • Cut two colored circles from some card stock paper and stick one on the bottom of the pringles

  • pencil case.

  • On the other side you want to first open up the package.

  • Nom-nom this looks amazing.

  • Place the other colored circle over the opening and put the lid back on.

  • The pringles pencil case is so realistic and cool I am completely obsessed with it!

  • It seems just like the usual rounded pencil cases but ours is completely packed with delightful

  • salty snacks!

  • Your teacher will never find out what you're hiding in there.

  • Just be careful with noise level!

  • What is this noise!

  • We're in school kids so start behaving accordingly!

  • When you finish up your chips you can fill the pencil case with pop corn or any other

  • favorite snack of yours.

  • The pringles pencil pot works great for cookies too.

  • These ones with jam filling are one of my faves!

  • What!?

  • Pencils are the perfect school supply to store our sneaky gum in class.

  • Pull the eraser from the pencil and grab some gum.

  • I'm using this one which is pink, just like my pencil erasers.

  • Unwrap it and no no you can't chew it it just yet.

  • We're going to transform it into edible eraser.

  • Roll the gum into a little worm shape.

  • Sorry this doesn't sound really appetizing.

  • Push one end into the eraser opening.

  • Time to grab a knife, cut away the excess gum and our gum eraser pencils are all done.

  • They look exactly the same as the usual eraser pencil.

  • How cool!

  • This makes them perfect to trick our schoolmates.

  • They may try to take bite of their eraser too but sadly not everyone's erasers are edible.

  • Wow, raining chocolate bars.

  • Which one would you pick?

  • I'm going for these Milky Way rolls.

  • Grab a marker or a pen that is wide enough to fit the chocolate stick inside.

  • Remove the marker tip open up the casing and take out the ink tube out as well.

  • Wash both of those pieces thoroughly under running water.

  • Now take the chocolate pack, unwrap it and grab one chocolate stick.

  • Push the stick inside the pen tube.

  • Take the lid, pop it on and there we have it!

  • A perfectly camouflaged chocolate stick ready to be enjoyed in class.

  • Feel like having something sweet?

  • Just pull the lid of take a bite and you already feel much more energized! Bingo!

  • If gummy candy is what you're craving, no problem!

  • We have a solution to everything.

  • Cut a piece of candy rope that is as long as your marker.

  • Push this yumminess inside the marker and put the lid on.

  • Enjoy it in class, at home, or whenever you need a little sweet boost!

  • One thing is for sure - we ain't getting caught eating candy rope this time!

  • Whipped cream is one of my favorite guilty pleasures and there's a super cool way to

  • sneak it in class!

  • First you need to wash an empty glue squeeze bottle really, really well!

  • This DIY is super straightforward - all we got to do is to squeeze whipped cream into

  • the glue container.

  • I find