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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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A set of 6 hands-on math activities using Skittles candy. The activities are: an advertising analysis, double bar graph, mystery bag, probability, sample size, and circle graphing. You will need several snack size bags per individual or group, a large bag, and one standard size bag. A great add
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"Skittles Math" is a great way to teach counting, estimation, sorting, graphing, tallying and data collection & analysis in a fun and "sweet" way. It can be done in small groups with parent volunteers/aides or as a whole class lesson. All of the worksheets and directions sheets are included (as
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This product is a cute Skittles Math Book that my class completes once per year as part of our math "party" days. The book is a fun (and tasty!) way for students to learn about: Concepts of Number Graphing Number Comparison Greater Than, Less Than or equal to Ten Frames Addition Subtraction Count
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This is a math activity where students use a fun size bag of skittles to describe fractions. They also have to explain what they have done, so they are working on those higher level thinking skills!
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I used this Skittles math activity on the first day of school. Students on all levels were able to participate. They used the Skittles as manipulatives. Students sort, graph, and write math problems. You can project the directions or print them off. It was a fun way to start the school year! I hope
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SKITTLES Math Fun sort and tally graphing adding subtracting from 12 or 20 patterning estimating fractions Partner Games Catch a Rainbow SKITTLES Count & Cover - 2 versions SKITTLES Tug-of-War Just buy some SKITTLES for the fun to begin!
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What a yummy and fun way to get your students excited for sorting and basic addition. My lesson plan will walk you through the steps of Skittle Math. The best part...when they are done with the lesson they get to eat their manipulatives!
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Give your child a small bag of skittles and have them sort what they have on the mat. They can then add selected colors together-color the circle to indicate the color skittle and add them together. Fits well with the Kindergarten Math Expressions lessons.
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This Skittle Math Activity practices student's knowledge of fractions, decimals, percents, critical thinking skills, graphing, and angle measuring. All students need is a bag of skittles (small or large)! This is a great holiday activity to practice skills learned, or just a culminating activity t
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Use a package of skittles to reinforce math skills!! Perfect for St. Patrick's Day. Skills: * counting * ordering from least to greatest *adding multiple numbers *finding fractional parts of a whole *Multiplication - fact family - drawing pictures - arrays * probability * Rounding to the nearest te
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Solve math problems using skittles as hands on manipulatives. This packet includes: Graphing Fractions Probability Addition & Subtraction Please follow me at, Teaching Curious Kids and also check out my other related products: Froot Loop Activities
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Skittles Math. Graphing. Converting Fractions. Mathematics has never been so scrumptious! Students love Skittles Math. My best selling product is now available to use with Skittles. The project uses the original Skittle fruit flavored candies which are marketed in small packets with a range of 14
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What student wouldn't like to play with candy during Math class?! In this activity, each group of students gets a bag of skittles and has to calculate the number of each color Skittle, then convert that to a fraction and a decimal. This set includes: - data sheet - circle graphs - number story
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Have your students practice sorting, graphing and adding with this fun activity. You students will enjoy working with skittles and love being able to eat them when you are done. 4 Pages - Sorting Page - Graph - Graph with 3 questions - Addition page
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Make your kids WILD about Math with this Skittles Math Mat. This can be used with a fun size pack of skittles and works great as a station activity or as an independent activity. It reviews basic number and operations concepts in a fun and engaging way!
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This file lets your students explore their math skills while having fun and a snack ;-) Students use a package of skittles to explore graphing, data collection, conclusions, less than/greater than, word problems, and fractions. Please check out my other "Food Math" Activities!
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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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I used this activity for my Halloween Party; however, it could be done during any party or math lesson. Skittles are very allergy friendly making this a fun and engaging math activity for students.
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This product includes practice with estimation, 1:1 correspondence in counting, patterns, shapes, sorting, and addition. Students use skittles to practice these skills, encouraging high engagement.
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For those of you who have my activity called M & M Math, this is similar but can be used for younger children. This would be best for 1st and 2nd grade, and a review for 3rd graders. Some kindergarteners who are able to read might enjoy this as well and for special ed teachers, you might want to
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Students use an individual bag of Skittles (perfect around Halloween), to graph, discover if the color groups are odd or even, write number sentences, and find the least/most Skittle colors in their bag. You can print this as 2 different worksheets, or have both copies side by side on one 11x17 she
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Simple worksheet that uses a bag of Skittles to reinforce the concepts of predicting, creating a bar graph, and writing/comparing fractions and ratios.
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Kids love candy - so what could be more fun than practicing math while enjoying some colorful candies. This pack includes whole group activities, as well as individual and center activities. All activities are easily differentiated. Bundle includes: counting sorting 2-digit & 3-digit addition s
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Skittles Math: Graphing includes: Sorting Mat (Print on card stock and laminate) Comparing Mat (Print on card stock and laminate) Comparing Recording Sheet Bar Graph Tally Graph Pictograph Questions Check out these graphing activities: M&M Graphing Graphs {No Prep}
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This is a fun activity for students to practice their graphing skills, as well practice making ten. First, each student receives a fun size pack of skittles to sort and graph. To continue with the "rainbow" fun, have students practice writing all different ways to make ten using different color cray
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This math pack practices many skills and it all uses Skittles! Included skills are: graphing, addition, subtraction, sorting, fractions, and measurement. All you need to add are Skittles and you are ready for a math block that is engaging to the students while they are working on math skills!
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Do your students love Skittles? Yes, it's rhetorical. Why not take advantage of their love of Skittles while working with fractions? Fractions never tasted so good. This lesson adds a bit of mystery, because students learn about their roles by finding an envelope under their chairs/desks. Before dow
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Similar to the Smarties Math Activities, students have a number of math tasks to complete using 3 Hallowe'en size bags of Skittles.
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Using a small bag of skittles, students can practice counting, estimation, greater than, less than, equal too, graphing, multiplication tables, and division. Perfect for a math review or fun hands-on activity!
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Students can practice various common core math concepts in this packet while using Skittles. They will practice: -sorting, tallying, and totaling -graphing -answering questions (most, least, more than) about the graph -creating patterns -addition -number sense: comparing (>, <, =) and fillin
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A fun math lesson! Students are given a bag or handful of skittles and need to count how many of each color. Then they identify which color had the most and which color had the least.
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4 printable pages of interactive math activities using skittles- teaches sorting, greater than/ less than, and fractions.
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Get your students excited about multiplication and division by using candy! Distribute a handful of Skittles (or M&M's) to each kid, as well as this half-page sheet of questions and let them go to town figuring out the answers!
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Math and writing all in one activity? Yep! Students collect data by sorting and graphing Skittles. Students then interpret the data collected by deciding which color has the most/least/equal. Students write the sight words "I have the" in the blanks provided and then write the color word/words
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These are great beginning of the year activities with Skittles. Students can do the activities individually, with a partner or as a whole group. In this unit: Skittle”icious” – Write adjectives describing each flavor of Skittles Reading Labels – Answer questions about the nutritional facts of Skit
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Sort Red and Green Skittle Holiday candies. Practice counting, adding, and printing color words. Works well at math centers. A perfect alternative to the more common M & M sort. Skittles can be enjoyed even by those with nut or peanut allergies.
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Thank you for downloading my Skittle activity. This is always a fun activity for students that includes multiple skills. Please take the time to provide feedback. I look forward to hearing from you. Happy Teaching!
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A fun activity to help teach, practice and reinforce the commutative and associative properties of addition and multiplication from "Mathematically Speaking". Activity requires students to represent the commutative and associative property kinetically and visually.
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Use this activity with mini Skittles bags (Halloween size) to determine fractions of colors within the bag. Then, convert the fractions to decimals and percentages.
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You can use small bags of skittles or buy a big one and make small baggies for the kids. You can edit it to use m&ms or gobstoppers! I hope you enjoy it. Five pages.
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Worksheet to practice estimation, sorting, graphing, and charting the number of Skittles in a fun-sized bag. If you have any suggestions or ideas, email me at frenziedfirstgrade@gmail.com and I'll be happy to update for FREE! :)
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