Friday, February 3, 2012

3D Food Geometry

I was inspired by Kids count 1234 to teach kids three dimensional shapes with tasty treats.


For my activity, I used a hershey kiss, marshmallow, cheese, and a whopper.


Kids Count 1234 used a kiss, marshmallow, carmel, and licorice. If you click the link, you can download their version.


You can get creative with your 3D shapes: bugles, dubble bubble gum, cheese balls, etc.! Then, have kids identify, sort, and add their treats!

9 comments:

  1. I really love how you added the graph to this activity. Is there a place to download your version? Thanks, Kendra

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  2. Can I get a downloadable version as well, I love it!!! kmwhyte@eagle.fgcu.edu

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  3. Is there anyway to download this 3D Shapes Activity?

    Thanks,
    Shanna

    kees09@students.ecu.edu

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  4. Can you please send me a version of this activity?? I would love to use it!! You could totally add another standard to this by adding mean, median, and mode.
    BTW... what are the instructions to teaching this? Do you give a hand full of each to each student?
    Thanks!
    Lisa

    lisalynn3737@gmail.com

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  5. This is cute and looks like a lot of fun. I would like to try it out as well. Can you send me a downloadable version and if you have instructions or guidelines to follow? Thanks.
    Jennifer

    jennifer_carlile@yahoo.com

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  6. I would also like a copy of this activity. I would greatly appreciate it! Silem77@aol.com

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    1. I just uploaded it to Google Docs: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0ByzjwKAY7s0pS2NRVU1RdHJOQ1E/edit?usp=sharing

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