Marshmallow Math: Learning with Cereal

Rated 5 out of 5, based on 137 reviews
137 Ratings
Jen Ross - Teacher by the Beach
Grade Levels
1st - 3rd
Formats Included
  • PDF
27 pages
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This was a fun way for students to sort and organize their math thoughts. They were able to fill in the grass and make any qualities. They loved this activity.
My students loved this activity! They love using lucky charms cereal as manipulatives to complete this activity. Very engaging!


My kids love doing this activity every St. Patrick's Day! All you need to get is a box of Lucky Charms.

Included is:

Sorting mats
Tally Graph
Bar graph
Think About It
Write About It
Journal Prompts

If you are a school that doesn't allow food, I have included templates for you to copy onto paper and cut out to use.

****Download the preview to get a better look!****

This is NOT included in my St. Patrick’s Day Bundle!

Here are my other St. Patrick's day packs!

Pot O’ Gold Literacy Centers
Pot O’ Gold Math Centers
Money Pot Differentiated Centers
St. Patrick's Day Sentence Scramble
Learning with Jamie O’Rourke Pack

Take a look at my other Math With Food packs!
Marshmallow Math - perfect for St. Patrick's Day!
Jelly Bean Math - perfect for Easter!
Fish Math - perfect for any time of the year or Dr. Seuss week!
Candy Heart Math - perfect for Valentine's Day!
Rainbow Math - perfect for March (using Skittles!)
Candy Coated Fun - (Math, Science, and Writing using M&Ms - use it any time of year!
Total Pages
27 pages
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