Archive for the ‘Food’ Category

Growing Potatoes in your classroom

My class decided to grow potatoes in our classroom this year leading up to our UTZ potato chip factory. To see a post on how cool the UTZ potato factory is as a field trip, see my later post. We got two huge container and planted two different types of potatoes; in one container we…

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One Smart Cookie

You are one smart cookie! A great way to get your students ready to test, cut out some cookies out of construction paper and glue on this paper, attach any type of cookie and enjoy!   https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/One-Smart-Cookie-1747237  

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Smartie Pants

Testing Snacks – Simply cut out pairs of blue jeans/pants and cut pant loops to slide the Smartie in or simply tape it on the side. Then print and cut out the linked patchwork. Glue on the pants and you are ready to go! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/SMARTIE-Pants-1747156           

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POPPIN’ with Knowledge

Test Preparation is important but keeping the students motivated and relaxed is important too. Show them that they are start too give them a brain break while eating popcorn. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Youre-POPPIN-with-Knowledge-1746885  

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Hop on Popcorn Labels

If you are having a Read Across America Reading event at your school or house check out some of these great ideas! I used a Dr. Seuss book title to create labels for popcorn bags. Place some popcorn in a baggie and then print, cut out, and staple this to the bag! Enjoy! I have also…

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Valentine’s Day cookies

Quick and easy! Simply take strawberry cookies and dip them in melted chocolate. Then lay them on wax paper and add your favorite sprinkles. They take about 30 mins to totally harden. Then enjoy!!

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Halloween Party Ideas

Having a school Halloween party and need some quick and easy games, decorations, and food ideas. Check out these: Monster eyeball cookies: Use sugar cookie dough, spilt into three different balls of dough to dye some fun colors; my picture shows purple, lime green, and teal. Then buy those bloodshot eyeball candies to place on…

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