For two weeks (excluding weekends), we will be sharing a daily post with summer activities, summer crafts for kids or maybe even some summer snacks. I am excited to have some amazing bloggers on board helping me with this series!
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Hey there! I’m so excited to share a fun activity we did with Oreos yesterday! It is something I used to do in my classroom…WAY back when I was a teacher.
The kids get so excited about it and it’s a good way to keep their minds working a bit while they’re on vacation. Plus, it’s an excuse to buy some Oreos and eat them for a snack. (and sneak some later on in the day)
Take a look at the worksheets we used.
The girls (who are going into second grade) did all of this. They recorded the attempts, made a bar graph, found the median and the range, then made and drew an Oreo sculpture.