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Fruit Snack Math

The wrapper tells you how many fruit snacks are in the bag. **Estimate** how many of each flavor is in your bag before opening it.

Write a **fraction** for each flavor. Then, **graph** your flavors. How did your bag compare to your peers? Do you think that the flavors are evenly distributed?

Lay your fruit snacks out an a straight line. Can you find something that is the same length? (**measure**)

Find a friend and compare your fruit snacks. Who had more cherry? Did you have the same amount of cherry? Compare each flavor using **greater** than, **less** than, or **equal** to signs.

Create a **multiplication** array with your fruit snacks. Then, practice **division**. How can you divide your snacks evenly if you shared your bag with your mom and dad?

Write **addition** and **subtraction** number sentences: What is the sum of your strawberry and grape (2+3=5)? If you ate all of your orange and lemon, how many fruit snacks would be left (12-5=7)?

Make different **patterns** with your colors. Did you have any difficulty because of the colors in your bag?

More fruit snack activities:
Fruit by the Foot Ruler - measure by the foot
Chopsticks! - practice place value with swedish fish
Growing Gummy Bear - grow a gummy in water and measure!
Gummy Worms - How long can a gummy worm be stretched?
Fruit Roll Up - Area/Perimeter

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