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22 pages of printable 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 *perfect* for differentiation in grade
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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
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Use this “Freebie” as a fun way to review some key fraction concepts including fraction of a set and comparing fractional amounts--key elements in the Common Core. Students may wish to model some of the answers using manipulatives. Each child will either need a snack sized bag of candies or you co
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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
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Provide each student with a small bag of Skittles, and let them show you what they know about mean, median, mode, and range! This is a very engaging activity that would be perfect for the end of a mean, median, mode, and range unit. Students begin working independently then work in groups to colle
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This hands on and interactive lab with full teacher key teaches students the concept of cellular respiration, photosynthesis, the law of conservation of matter, reactants, and products. Lots of additional resources and a QR code activity included at no additional cost. Covers many Next Generation Sc
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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!
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Graphing - Sorting - Patterns - Tallying - Sight Words - Measuring Students love using candy to practice skills! This pack gives you some great activities and ideas using Skittles. These are great to use during the spring or around St. Patrick's Day since they are rainbow colors! Includes: Estima
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This is a package for conducting and making a science fair board on What is the Most Common Color/Flavor of Skittles? Package includes: ~Instructions ~Title: What is the most common flavor/color of Skittles? ~Headings: Purpose, Problem, Hypothesis, Procedures, Materials, Results, Conclusion, Reco
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***If you like this product, check out the BUNDLE with another Erosion Lab HERE**** **UPDATED 2.2.18*** Understanding the difference between weathering and erosion can be challenging for students. In this engaging Skittles lab packet, students will get hands on experience with weathering and erosi
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Scientific Method Introduction Experiment using Skittles: Students practice using the scientific method by actually using it! They try to determine if one color of skittles is more dominant than another in a bag. This activity is part of the following bundle: Scientific Method Introduction BUNDLE:
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Back to School Getting to Know You Skittle Game No prep, except for the Skittles! Quick and easy Back to School/Get to Know You game. Rules and directions are provided. 6 different sets of questions for 6 rounds. We've added a "create your own slide" Have the kids make up questions! *******
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Offer your students a bag of Skittles along with this activity and watch them have fun while they review their math skills with a treat! Bonus: This file also contains a simile activity.
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Student will love this Skittles Math activity. They will 1. learn color words by coloring the sorting mat, 2. sort and count the skittles, 3. graph, and 4. add up the skittles.
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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.
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A FUN, hands-on activity that uses Skittles to represent data on a frequency table, dot plot, and stem-and-leaf plot. Includes a 7 page student handout that supports the following 4th grade Texas math standards: 4.9A Represent data on a frequency table, dot plot, or stem-and-leaf plot. 4.9B Solv
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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.
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Offer your students a bag Skittles along with this activity and watch them have fun while they review their math skills with a treat! These 4 pages are printed on 1 page... copy back to back and fold in half (to save paper ;)
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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
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Scientific Method Sweet Skittles Lab. This fun and engaging lab includes a write-up, experiment, and graphing. Perfect for introducing secondary students to the scientific method. Just add Skittles- your students will be saying, "Sweet Skittles!" for sure! Please note: This product is also off
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This is a fun, engaging experiment to introduce students to the the scientific method, or to practice reading and following instructional texts. All you need is Skittles, a small bowl and water! There are two different experiments--do one or both depending on your students' needs and abilities!
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This activity helps teach/review basic graphing skills: tally marks, bar graphs, pictographs, and answering questions based on data. The end product is colorful and substantive. I glued their graph page next the the answering questions based on data page on 12x18 in. construction paper. It look
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This is a fun way to teach naming, modeling, and comparing fractions! Students use skittles as manipulatives. Students will also graph their skittles into a bar graph and picture graph.
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Introduce adding fractions with like denominators with this fun, hands-on, tasty activity. Skittles Fractions-Adding Like Denominators introduces the skill of adding fractions with like denominators using Skittles. This lesson was a hit in my 4th grade math class. Product includes worksheet of addi
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This break-the-ice activity is great for the first week of school or anytime you want to bring your class together. You learn more about your students while they learn more about each other. The activity is simple. Open a few bags of Skittles and give a little bit to each student. They aren't allow
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This experiment follows the Scientific Method Includes: A list of materials needed and set-up Scientific Method anchor chart perfect for laminating and putting on display Skittles Experiment packet This experiment packet includes step-by-step directions for the procedure, a fill in the blank "if _
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This activity contains graphing sheets to use with a bag of Skittles candy. There are bar graphs, tally charts and pictures graphs included.
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This is a quick, fun activity to use with statistics. I have the kids bring in a pack of skittles and sort by color. Then all of the kids will find the Mean, Median, Mode, Range, and Box and Whiskers.
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One of my favorite lessons to use when teaching about the Earth's changing surface is this Skittles Erosion Lab. I noticed the need for a printable that my students could use to guide them through the experiment and solidify the concepts I wanted them to pull out. Thus this student sheet was created
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An EZ Prep solution for math. Math is always fun with food. Everyone has heard of Skittles math. This lesson stands out because it covers a variety of concepts in a condensed and easy to use handout. It is student friendly and provides challenges for different ability levels. All you need is studen
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Want to engage your students in math? Are fractions a complicated objective to teach to your kids? Fraction Action: Skittle Math engages students by using different colored candies to represent different fractions up to 10. Materials: -Skittle Math worksheet -Candy bags (10 candies in each bag)
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Fraction practice using skittles candies. Give each student a small bag of skittles to complete the lesson. Two practice pages for students to complete and a sorting page. Common Core Math Standards: 3.NF.1 and 3.NF.3 This activity practices fractions as part of a group. Students will identify f
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Kinesthetic Graphing Lesson Get your kids excited about graphing with this great Kinesthetic Graphing Lesson.This product takes you step by step and shows you how to build bar graphs, line graphs, pictographs and circle (pie) graphs with your students' bodies. Start by giving every child a small ba
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Skittles Math includes various activities that you can do with skittles as an enrichment or review activity. Activities include Computation with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. This activity also includes a fraction component as well as a Science extension activity. There is a te
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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
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This is a Graphing Lesson I created to go along with the Graphing Chapter in our Math in Focus: Singapore Approach program. The analysis portion of this activity contains higher-order thinking questions. Most Skittles Graphing lessons use bar graphs, but this graph prompts students to choose thier
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Similar to the m&m packet that we've all seen, but this is a great alternative for kids who can't have chocolate - or just another fun way to get kids to do math! This packet includes: addition, subtraction, estimating, graphing, word problems, and VERY basic divison (breaking into groups with
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Skittles graphing! Give kids each a small bag of skittles. Have them graph the skittles on the graph by coloring. Let them answer the questions to go along with the graph. Have fun!!!
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Offer your students a bag of Easter Skittles along with this activity and watch them have fun while they review their math skills with a treat!
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Use Skittles to make math fun! This unit includes all the printables you need to make a packet to use skittles in your math class. Students will sort their skittles, draw a pictograph and a bar graph, and then use the information presented in the graphs to solve problems. Students will also line up
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Engage students by graphing how many skittles are in a fun size bag! If you can't find the fun size bags just give each student a handful of skittles. Everyone's answers will be different, but that just opens up more classroom discussions :) Everything comes in color (pink) AND black and white. In
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Who knew a bag of fun sized skittles could mean some big time learning!?! Your students can enjoy a fun and tasty graphing project when learning about graphing, at the end of the year, or for some anytime fun! Skittles Graphing includes: An estimation page. A sorting sheet. A bar graph. A questio
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Math Mats are what I use for my Friday review in math. I copy the two pages side by side on a sheet of 11 x 17 paper. Each week, I use a different food or candy item (in small quantities) and the students do mixed fact practice while enjoying the treat! Highly engaging and fun! Also includes a c
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This is fun and tasty way to have your students get to know one another at the beginning of the year. Your students work in small teams to complete this game. They take turns blindly pulling a single skittle out of a bag. Then they answer the question that corresponds to their skittle color and m
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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
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Skittle math is a fun way to start your school year and energize your kids. This is a great product for any 3rd-6th grade teacher! It is full of thinking, graphing, estimating, counting, sorting and FUN! A great way to get your kids back into learning or use at any time during the school year!
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Hands on activity using Skittles shows how the phases of the moon result in low, high, spring, and neap tides and lunar and solar eclipses. 8 Station activity with student assistants. (these will be your higher level students-good way to show differentiation is taking place within the classroom)
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This is a fun experiment I like to use with my kids. I use it to teach the Scientific Method, but it could be used for anything really. I start by giving my kids a question. From there they have to create a hypothesis. The students "create" a list of the materials needed and procedures for the exper
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This packet is a statistical analysis of a standard size bag of Skittles candy. The students need to test the claim of the Mars Company that each bag contains a specific percentage of each color in a bag of Skittles candy. This packet takes them step-by-step through the analysis. There are also a
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Have your students practice fractions with a tasty treat. This hands on learning experience will surely be one your students will enjoy. (Mine sure do!)
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Use Skittles candy to review math! Give each student about 20 Skittles each and let them complete the tally chart, bar graph, and pictograph. It even requires small group collaboration as students are to combine information with a partner or an entire table group. It also reviews least to greates
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I created this for an activity with probability. This can also be adapted to use with M&Ms. Using individual-sized bags of Skittles or M&Ms, students count out the number of candies total, and then record the number of each color of candy. They must then determine the probability of drawing
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