This activity is a great way to get your students to understand coordinate grids in a fun and engaging way -- by using Lucky Charms cereal! Using food is always an incentive in my classroom!
This packet can be used as a math lesson or as a math center!
- student direction sheet
Engage students by graphing how many Lucky Charms are in a small box of cereal! If you can't find the small boxes just give each student a handful of lucky charms. Everyone's answers will be different, but that just opens up more classroom discussions :)
Includes an estimation page (students estim
Students will use Lucky Charms marshmallows to complete a graph which shows how many of each marshmallow shape their bag contained. A sorting mat and three differentiated graphs are provided (a pictograph, a simple bar graph, and a regular bar graph). A page of questions also follows the graphs. Thi
Perfect for St. Patrick's Day!
Using Bar Graphs, Tally Charts, and Picture Graphs (Pictographs)
[ ] 1 box of Lucky Charms Cereal (or more). It is probably a good idea to pour the cereal in a small bowl or have them packed in small bags to make it easy to pass
Pass out a small baggie of Lucky Charms cereal to each student in your class. Then give each student an activity sheet. Watch as your class dives into the Common Core with graphing, tallying, sorting, and multiplication. Students will love completing this activity without realizing how much Math the
This is the individual “Graphing with Lucky Charms” activity from my Centers for the Month of March Pack. Students collect data on their bag of Lucky Charms and record and graph their findings. All you’ll need to do is add Lucky Charms!
This activity can easily be adapted to work with a variety of
This is a lesson plan on graphing by sorting Lucky Charms cereal pieces. A tally sheet and a graphing sheet are included. Graphics on these sheets are from Lettering Delights. This lesson is intended for use in primary-grade classrooms. A complete lesson plan is included with step-by-step direct
Give each student a scoop of Lucky Charms. The students sort and count their marshmallows using the sorting mat and tally sheet. After, students graph their results and can answer the attached questions! Pages are available in color or black and white.
Beginning Sounds is an essential skill and what better way for student's to master this skill with a fun, engaging game. It provides instant feedback with fun sound effects that scaffolds students to self-correct. =) This interactive game contains 33 beginning sounds, included are long vowels &
St. Patrick's Day Math
St. Patrick's Day Math Project contains 18 pages of printable St. Patrick's Day math activities to use with Lucky Charms cereal. Grab some boxes of Lucky Charms and get ready for your students to have tons of fun! These work perfectly for small groups, centers, informal ass
This has been around for many, many years but if your students need more graphing experience this is an easy solution to help celebrate St. Patrick's day. I'm not a big fan of all children sticking their hands in the same bowl to do this activity so I have another suggestion that will make it feel s
A 1/2 cup of Lucky Charms, a 1/2 hour of classtime and you'll have a fun, math review for your students including graphing,sorting addition, subtraction, patterning and more.
This file contains 2 versions.
The 2013 version also is in booklet form (we're saving paper ;)
This Lucky Charms graphing and addition pack is a great math activity, especially on St. Patrick's Day!
- Sorting Mat (two versions: color and black/white)
- Sort Response Sheet
- Lucky Charms Addition Sheet
- "My Lucky Charms Math Book" Cover Page (two versions: color and b
Enjoy these St. Patrick's Day Activities: ☘ Lucky Charms Math and Literacy
★ St. Patrick's Day Math Activities Plus 3 Lucky Charms songs/poems to go along with the Math Center.
★ Sort, Count, Graph, Add, Compare (Subtract) for math on St. Patrick's Day
★ Read, sing, or chant the 3 Lucky Charm
Graphing St. Patrick's Day Lucky Charms! A great way to sort & graph some magical fun on this exciting day! You add the Lucky Charms cereal, and watch the excitement grow as students build their math graphing skills!
Great hands on math activity for St. Patrick's Day! Best for whole group 2nd grade lesson, independent 3rd grade lesson, or a fun review for 4th and 5th graders. Students will sort out the marshmallows they receive from a Lucky Charms cereal box. They will write out the fractions of the different sh
This fun math activity is to be used with Lucky Charms cereal for St. Patrick's Day. Teachers purchase and divide the cereal amongst the students. The students will be sorting and graphing their marshmallows.
- 1 page of baggie toppers "Happy St. Patrick's Day from Your Teacher"
- 2 works
This unit focuses on several Common Core-aligned math skills (comparing, addition, subtraction), while incorporating the fun of Skittles and Lucky Charms. Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day!
Also found in a Bundle on St. Patrick's Day
Common Core Standards: K.C.C.B.4a; K.C.C.B.4b; K.C.C.B.5; K.C.C.C.
This Unit is aligned with the following Common Core Standards:
Standard (K.OA.1) – Represent addition and subtraction with objects, fingers, mental images, drawings, sounds, acting out situations, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations.
Standard (K.OA.2) – Solve additions and subtraction wor
Using Lucky Charms cereal, students will sort the marshmallow charms using the sorting sheet. Then they will graph the charms and answer the differentiated questions.
Comes in color and b&w versions!
Please see the preview for a closer look!
Have FUN on St. Patrick's Day with this Lucky Charms Graphing activity!
Give your students a scoop of Lucky Charms have them sort, graph, count and write how many of each marshmallow they got.
Count & Write Page
...with REAL pictures of what the marshmallow
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with these yummy math activities. Using Lucky Charms cereal, kindergarten and first grade students will sort, graph and add the "magically delicious" marshmallow shapes (the shapes included are the ones currently in circulation.)
An 16 page packet with activities all that can be done with Lucky Charms Cereal. Activities include a marshmallow sort, bar graphs, pictographs, line graphs, tally charts, fractions, addition, estimation, place value, number sense, money, subtraction, greater than-less than, and multiplication. Ther
Fun St. Patrick's Day Activity! Includes a graphing sheet and question sheet.
If you like this activity, it is part of my March/ St. Patrick's Day Literacy and Math Activities and Centers
St. Patrick's day, March centers, math center ideas, printables
This mini booklet makes for a perfect hands-on math lesson for March! All students need is a cup of Lucky Charms cereal and individual copies of the booklet.
Mini booklet with half pages contains a cover with 7 core math activities for Grades 2-4:
-Analyzing Data (maximum,
This is a 3 page Lucky Charms sorting and graphing activity. The pack comes with a lucky charms sorting mat. Have your students sort their lucky charms marshmallows. Students will graph the number of lucky charms they have. Then your students will use the graph to answer math related questions abou
Get into the spirit of St. Patrick's Day with this "Magically Delicious" graphing activity. Students use a small handful of Lucky Charms cereal to complete a graph and to answer questions. Perfect for the primary classroom.
Grab a box of Lucky Charms and your math on March 17th is planned! Your class will love this fun math packet. They will get the chance to have fun learning by sorting the cereal, counting, recording data on a table, moving the data onto a graph and analyzing the data by comparing and adding variou
This Lucky Charms Cereal Data Analysis and Graphing Project is a fun activity to incorporate in March for St. Patrick's Day, but of course it works at any time of the year in a graphing unit or in a math-integrated unit. Your students will smile when you whip out the box of Lucky Charms and tell the
*This fun activity is great for review and practice of the following math skills: addition, comparing numbers, multiplication, and graphing.
*To begin, each pair of students is given a bag of Lucky Charms cereal to sort by marshmallow shape.
*Students begin by estimating how many marshmallow shapes
Incorporate some fun on Saint Patrick's Day with Lucky Charms cereal (not included). Your students will feel lucky to get to predict, sort, graph, problem solve, and write using Lucky Charms cereal.
You will receive:
•Problem Solving Pag
Have fun with Lucky Charms cereal on St. Patrick's Day or anytime, with this fun math mini-book!
Here are some other St. Patrick's Day themed activities that you may be interested in:
Leprechaun Craft & Mini PosterSt. Pat
I love doing graphing activities each month with our kiddos with different snacks or treats. During March we use the popular lucky Charm marshmallows that can be found everywhere. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE COLORS/SHAPES WERE MADE TO GO WITH THE LUCKY CHARMS CEREAL BY General Mills!!!!!. The kiddos get so
A fun St. Patrick's Day activity or station! Students sort the marshmallows in Lucky Charms cereal on the shamrock sorting mat, then color in a graph to show how many of each marshmallow they have. Use the graphs to compare results of small groups or the whole class.
ALSO: Patterning color sheet to
This is a two page Data Mat that you use with a box of Lucky Charms cereal! Just copy the two pages onto an 11 x 17 sheet of paper and you are all set!
There are the following sections on the data mat:
- frequency table
- data landmarks
- conversion table
- circle graph
- bar grap
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day & have fun with math too!
Use Lucky Charms to complete the activities. Sort the marshmallows by color using the sorting mat. Graph the totals for each marshmallow. Don’t forget to add a scale and titles. Use the graph or sorting mat to create and solve addition probl
This editable PowerPoint file contains bag toppers for Lucky Charms bags.
Make this for your students by Lucky Charms cereal in a Ziploc bag. Then simply attach the bag topper by folding it in half and stapling it to the top of the bag and you'll have a delicious treat for your students.
My St. P
Are you tired of ONLY graphing Lucky Charms? There are many more math skills that can be practiced with that scoop full of Charms! Grab and scoop and get to reviewing those math concepts you have taught ALL YEAR LONG! Included are equations, problem solving, fractions, graphing, tally marks, odd
My 4th graders LOVE this St. Patrick’s Day activity! It is set up as a lab, using the scientific method to explore the probability of eating specific marshmallows in Lucky Charms and to further problem solve using the cereal's nutritional facts. A bar graph activity & rubric is also included, w
St. Patrick's Day Spanish- Catalogar los malvaviscos del cereal Lucky Charms y luego usar la información para crear una gráfica de barra. Luego contestar preguntas de pensamiento crítico sobre la data recolectadas de las gráficas.
This is an orginal graph for Lucky Charms. They are always changing the marshmallows so this is accurate. Give each student a cup of cereal then let them graph. Then they illustrate which had the most and least. My kids love this at St. Patrick's Day!
This document is 14 pages and includes the following:
- a cover page for a math data book
- estimation and place value page
- a multiplication and division page (make an array and use some of the marshmallows for a division problem, plus write equations for each)
- a Tally Chart (with fill in the ma
This is a review sheet to do with Lucky Charm cereal. You can review graphing, addition, subtraction, graphing, comparing numbers, and sorting. This is a great review and so much fun. Just give each child a half a cup of cereal each to complete this fun review! Happy St. Patties Day!
Includes 3 worksheets in one lesson:
1. Lucky Charms Tally Sheet
2. Reading a Graph Activity Sheet
3. Criteria Checklist
Here, students count the marshmallow shapes in each box of Lucky Charms cereal. They make a tally chart and may fill in a graph to show their data. Students practice math skill
Here is a center that can be used for St. Patrick's day and again later.
You can use the real Lucky Charms and have the students paste the pieces on it.
Classify objects and count the number of objects in each category.
Classify objects into given categories; count the