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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Marshmallow Measurement & More

I want to first share a cute non-standard measurement activity.  I did this with my kiddos and they really liked the lesson.  If you can teach kids a lesson while incorporating food into it I think you have them hooked.  Here is a little sneak peak activity from a unit “FOOD FRENZY”.    It is a unit full of math and literacy lesson that you use food to teach the lessons with!  If you click the worksheet picture below you can download a free work page to go with the activity.  I haven’t been posting a ton lately because I have been working on some new units, so bare with me. 

I am also really wanting to start a TpT account next year, but would like to get at least 50 followers.  Spread the word to your friends and fellow bloggers.   Click the picture below to download the workpage!



I also want to share a fun site out there that is FREE.  This site http://www.kevinandamanda.com/fonts/ has all sorts of fun fonts that are free to download and use.  They are all so cute and they are FREE!!!!!  If you haven’t been to this site you must check it out.  Enjoy your summer!

8 comments:

  1. My kiddos will love this! Thanks for sharing! I recently found your blog through another---I just started blogging tonight! What an addiction!

    Amanda
    www.frolickingthroughfirst.blogspot.com

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  3. This is super cute! I'm always looking for new ways to teach measurement. Can't wait to try it!
    - Jan
    http://firstgradehoneybunch.blogspot.com

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  4. Thanks. My kids love to do activites with snacks, so this is always a big hit. Thanks for following. I will have to check out your blogs. And Amanda......this is an addiction!!!

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  5. Very cute, thanks for sharing! I love Kevin and Amanda for the fonts, but also for the amazing recipes she posts! :-)

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  6. Hey, I'm motivated by food so why wouldn't the kids be as well! Fun idea! The kids will feel like it is more of a break from worksheets but are still learning! Thanks for sharing!

    First Grade Frame of Mind

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  7. Just found your blog. Love your marshmellow measurement activity. I've done candy corns for October.

    Denise
    Yearn to Learn Blog

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