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It's almost summer, and I'm more than ready! I decided to wrap up the end of the year with some ice cream fun. These activities would work great for the end of the year, for summertime, or for any ice cream lover! Included below is a list of the activities, all of which are aligned to the common core and are outlined in the activity pack:

VOCABULARY MATCH
CONTENTS: 16 word-definition matches
ACTIVITY: Vocabulary words are taken from “The History of Ice Cream” summary and from the “Ice Cream in a Bag” recipe. Students must match the vocabulary word on the cone to its definition on the scoop of ice cream.

THE HISTORY OF ICE CREAM
CONTENTS: “The History of Ice Cream” summary; important/not important sorting visuals; 10 events’ “The History of Ice Cream” timeline
ACTIVITY: Students read “The History of Ice Cream” summary and then sort the 10 events. They must determine whether the events are important or not important. (There are 6 events that are important and 4 events that are not important.) Place the important events on the timeline. Students label dates on “The History of Ice Cream” timeline.

ICE CREAM IN A BAG
CONTENTS: Contents: 1 recipe; 8 inferencing/reasoning cards
ACTIVITY: Follow the recipe to make ice cream in a bag. Once finished, ask the inferencing/reasoning questions.

COMPARE AND CONTRAST
CONTENTS: 1 graphic organizer
ACTIVITY: Ask students to compare/contrast the recipe for ice cream in a bag with their favorite ice cream. Other ideas may include comparing/contrasting their favorite and least favorite ice cream flavors, ice cream in a bag with a local ice cream establishment, or comparing/contrasting it with other desserts.

PERSUASIVE WRITING
CONTENTS: 1 graphic organizer; 1 letter template
ACTIVITY: Students fill out the graphic organizer and transfer their writing to the letter template. Students try to persuade their principal to serve their favorite dessert at school.

SEQUENCING
CONTENTS: 1 graphic organizer
ACTIVITY: Students sequence how to make their favorite dessert OR retell how to make ice cream in a bag.

GIVING COMPLIMENTS
CONTENTS: 1 ice cream cone; 7 scoops of ice cream
ACTIVITY: Write each student’s name on the ice cream cone. Provide each student with one scoop of ice cream (for each student in the group). Ask them to write something they like or admire about each student. Put the ice cream cones together and secure with tape, glue, or by laminating.
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