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These skittles labs are a fun way to have students learn about the scientific method. Lab contents: 1. Skittle Colors Lab: A. Question: Which color skittle is most common in a package of skittles? B. Developing a hypothesis C. Procedure D. Data Tables E. Graphing F. Post-Lab Questions 2. Skittles
Skittles Math is over 20 pages of printable and digital activities to use with Skittles candy to reinforce common math concepts. Grab a small bag of Skittles and get ready for your students to have a blast! Use these as a math center, assessment, activity, test prep and review, etc. These are perf
Great hands-on lab activity using Skittles to show weathering and erosion in action. My students (6th graders) have always loved this lab activity. I have provided very simple instructions to follow and it is in the 3 Part Lesson format-Opening, Work Period, and Closing. Enjoy! The handouts tell
Grades:
K - 6th
Candy math activities are always a class favorite. This set of skittles math activities are perfect for little learners. Students sort, graph, tally, count, add, create patterns, explore shapes, compare amounts, and complete a survey using skittles. These activities would make a perfect math center
Science Experiments: This bundle includes all of the products listed below. Answer keys are provided for each product. Important: All these products sell for $15.85; as a bundle they are 20% off, for $12.68!          ♦ 1. Skittles Lab Experiments          ♦ 2. Gummy Bears Lab Experiment   
Grades:
5th - 9th
Here is a tasty way to end (or begin!) your graphing unit. Using personal size bags of Skittles, students will graph the color of their Skittles, collect data from peers about their favorite flavor and color of their Skittles, and create their own bar graph or pictographs. There are 2 graphing optio
Grades:
2nd - 5th
An 14 page packet with activities all that can be done with Skittles! Activities include bar graphs, pictographs, line graphs, tally charts, fractions, addition, subtraction, money, sorting, estimation, place value, number sense, coordinate grids, working on a hundreds chart, and multiplication.
This fun Skittles Math collection includes a huge variety of hands-on lessons you can use with your students! All you need is a bag of Skittles! This would be perfect for helping prepare preschoolers for Kindergarten math in a fun and engaging way, or to reinforce important math skills in Kindergart
Learning probability can be fun when you can eat it, too! When you purchase this activity, you will get 4 adorable posters complete with cute clip art and fonts to teach the vocabulary for probability. (Impossible, possible, most likely, and least likely) Your students will pull skittles out of bags
Grades:
K - 2nd
The Instruction Manual that accompanies the FREE Stoichiometry and Limiting Reactants Skittles Activity (https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Stoichiometry-and-Limiting-Reactants-Skittles-Activity-1262291)
Grades:
6th - 12th
Suggestions for this lesson: -Use this as an assessment piece based on the work you have already done in working on understanding line plots in your classroom -Use this as a reward activity that is still curriculum based. -Use this as a review for the end of a unit. -Use this as an introduction to l
Grades:
2nd - 4th
Uses chocolates or candy (M&Ms, Skittles, Kisses) to practice probability! What's included- *Colored candy probability activity: have students randomly pick colored candy and tally what's picked to experiment probability *Colored candy probability activity reflection page- have students reflec
Food + Math = A Fun and Engaging Math Activity! This product includes 18 worksheets to use with Skittles Candy. Each student will be given a bag of Skittles to use for the activity and afterwards students may eat them. Who doesn’t love eating candy while doing math??The worksheets include the follow
Celebrate the end of the school year with this fun writing activity! Students use Skittles to help them brainstorm all of the things that have made this school year special. This craft makes a great keepsake for any grade level.These also make a neat bulletin board or classroom display for the end o
Grades:
2nd - 5th
A fun, hands-on experiment when studying erosion and weathering. In this activity, students use Skittles to model rocks that are chemically weathered. The student activity sheets provide easy-to-follow instructions for the students and questions for them to answer. This resource also includes teach
A fun and interactive way to teach graphing skills with the use of Skittles. Let kids "taste the rainbow" as they learn how to use tally marks, pictographs, and bar graphs. Great activity to do in March around St. Patricks day!
Subjects:
Grades:
1st - 3rd
A great way for students to get to know each other! You will need skittles for this activity!
Grades:
2nd - 5th
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Teach your students about the Scientific Method with this super fun Skittle activity!--Want another Scientific Method activity? The link below is for a M&M activity.M&M Activity!!--Want another Scientific Method activity? The link below is for a Jolly Rancher activity.Jolly Rancher Activity!
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Grades:
2nd - 8th
Each student should be given a mini package of skittles. The students will first count their skittles and draw a picture of how many and what color they are.This will help if they do not finish the packet in one sitting and need to return to the packet at a later date. The student will then write ea
Grades:
4th - 5th
Teach students about patterns, inferencing, prediction, and sequencing in this fun, edible science experiment about skittles. This product Includes:-Introduction page-Patterns activity-Sequencing mat with steps and symbols-Prediction and Observation Page-Scientific Method page
This math activity is perfect for wrapping up your unit on graphing. Included in this 7 page unit is a data recording sheet, "skittles" to color, and 3 different types of graphs including a bar graph, pictograph, and line plot for the students to create. Also included is a page of questions to help
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Grades:
1st - 3rd
"Taste the Rainbow," as your students practice combining like terms using skittles! Students will use inductive and deductive reasoning as they both solve and build algebraic expressions using the various colors of skittles to represent the different terms. Working with partners, they will even cr
Great way to have students practice measuring mass! Students measure mass after eating skittles-continuous practice and delicious! Students then graph and analyze their results. Great as practice, a review or end of the school year activity!This is part of the following BUNDLE:Metrics Measuring Bun
As you implement a Spring or Saint Patrick’s Day theme, practice fine motor and visual-spatial skills with this rainbow craft!  Students might paint or color rainbows during morning work or center time.  Two printing options are included to best meet the needs of your little learners.  For an additi

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