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During your thematic unit of study of Dr. Seuss, use this simple graphic organizer for the story Green Eggs and Ham. Before the students eat the green eggs and ham, complete the first question of predicting if they'll like green eggs and ham. After tasting them, each child should write their name
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Kindergarten and first grade students can strengthen their graphing skills this fun taste test. After tasting red, yellow and green apples, students fill out an individual graph then choose their favorite and record it on a class graph.
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This activity goes great with a class wide apple taste testing day for the students to determine if they prefer red, green, or yellow apples! This activity covers graphing, reading and interpreting graph information, and tally marks. Students taste apples, choose their favorite, and then can either
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This will be a great add on activity to go with your Five Senses theme! My students had a great time exploring their taste buds and discovering things they liked and things they didn't like. This activity includes a colored and a black and white version.
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The All in For Apples Mission is an innovative, fun way to integrate the ever-so-popular apple theme in your classroom with meaningful lessons that include easy to follow, step by step directions. These lessons are highly motivating and are designed to engage students. Lessons include a creative wr
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To enhance your study of Apples, why not have your students TASTE different kinds of apples?! This worksheet includes: -Graphing/Taste test worksheet -Apples for each student to use and color to place on graph
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Kids LOVE this fun and engaging real-world comparison and taste test of 2 different Trader Joe's chocolate chip cookies that kids can do solo or partnered up with another student. FUN SPRING, SUMMER & AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITY May 15 is National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day - the perfect time to surpr
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Have some math fall fun with an apple taste test! Graph results of your taste test on a poster, white board/bulletin board or have the students graph their own! Set includes: - B&W printable for poster - Color printable for poster - Red delicious, granny smith and golden delicious apples for
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The perfect addition to a fall food activity in your classroom! Have your students taste a red, yellow and green apple and record whether they liked them or not by coloring the smile/frown faces. Perfect for students in grades PreK-Kindergarten. Follow up the taste test by having students graph thei
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This is a simple one page download for first grade students to practice graphing. I use this as a supplement to my Go Math Florida series. I like to use this in October or November or whenever we have a pumpkin theme. I have given you five different graphing options. All of the graphs are the sam
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My students use this form during our apple taste testing center on Apple Day. Slice nine varieties of apples. Allow each student a slice to taste test and let them record the name, color, size, and taste. This is a fun and interactive activity that can be used any time of year! Use this in conju
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This Blind Apple Taste Test is a great way to incorporate science and math into your fall learning! Students love eating and telling us about themselves, and this activity uses both to engage them in predicting, graphing, tasting, recording data, graphing again and then comparing results. This res
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Have some math fun with an ice cream taste test! Graph results of your taste test on a poster, white board/bulletin board or have the students graph their own! Set includes: - B&W printable for poster - Color printable for poster - Vanilla, Chocolate and Strawberry for poster graph - Student g
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As part of a unit on apples, students can taste 9 different food items made from apples. As they taste, they record their opinion by making a face on the blank apple to the right. Then, you can vote on the class favorite and create a bar graph. There are questions to go along with the graph.
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Use this form during Apple Day. This form is used during apple variety taste testing. Students mark the color of the apple, the size of the apple, and the taste of the apple. There are 12 apple varieties written in on this taste test form.
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Have a Fall apple tasting with your class while promoting Math skills. I created this product to use in a self-contained elementary classroom, but it could be used in a Pre-K, Kindergarten, homeschool, or elementary inclusion setting. This activity covers graphing, reading and interpreting graph i
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This product can be used when students are trying different types of apples during fall learning.-Can be used in whole class, small group, or as a center.-Can be used as an extension lesson.-Print, then use! It's as simple as that!This would be a great resource to use as you introduce your apple les
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Have students taste three varieties of apples and then use this freebie to graph and compare the results! Also included is a recipe for easy classroom applesauce!
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What do green, red, or yellow apples taste like? Taste test some apples to kick start an apple themed unit! All you need is this download, and a red, green and yellow apples! This activity is a crowd favorite and part of the larger Apple Dapple Bundle for theme-long activities here: Apple Dapple
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Children will identify and taste various rainforest fruits and note their preferences on a classroom graph. A fun way to incorporate math, science, and sensory experiences into your rainforest theme.
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The perfect addition to a unit on the farm or as a springboard activity for data collection and graphing. Includes taste test form, graph, data analysis,and step-by-step directions. If you like this one check out watermelon tasting accompanied by a juicy creative writing project in the The Watermel
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We used this graph during "V" week in our classroom and discussed healthy eating and vegetables. We cut up all of these vegetables and gave each child a sampler plate. We tried each one by one, deciding good adjectives to describe each. At the end, we let the kids vote on which their favorite was
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Use this Apple Bar Graph worksheet as a fun back to school activity and introduction to learning about graphs/data collection! After conducting an Apple Taste Test with your students, they choose a favorite flavor and learn how to record their class data on a bar graph.
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Pumpkin Pie Taste Test This is 2 fun pages to keep those kids engaged with the coming of the holiday break. It has one page for describing pumpkin pie and a second page with a pumpkin pie taste test. Grab a pie while you're at the store and you're set to go! ***************************************
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