Chocolate Math

Making Chocolate O.R.E.O. Project Chocolate Fact Families
Candy Bar Graphing Chocolate

Making Chocolate

Our class learned about the history of Hershey and how chocolate is made. 
We used this information to make a "Rags to Riches" game on Quia. 
Take our quiz to see what you know about Hershey chocolate.

Chocolate Quiz on Quia Find out more on this web site

Making Chocolate Booklet
Full Page       Half Page
(This is the information from Hershey's website on making chocolate put into booklet form for student use.)

Worksheet Assessment On
Making Chocolate

Measuring with Oreo cookies

View our results on the O.R.E.O. Project site:  Blanchard Elementary Results
Ignore that another teacher's name is at the top, that's just an error.

Our class first measured the Oreo cookies:

Regular Oreo cookies:   7 cookies = 12 inches
Mini Oreo cookies:       13 cookies = 12 inches

Then we divided into 5 groups and measured different things in our classroom using both regular and mini Oreos.  Here's our results:

Group #1
Students 7, 13, 18, 19

Item Regular Mini
Pencil 5 8
Desk leg 9 17
Name tag 7 15
Desk top 12 20

Group #2
Students 4, 5, 8, 14

Item Regular Mini
Book 8 10
Paper 4 9
Mail Cubbie 4 10
Pencil Holder 10 15

Group #3
Students 1, 3, 10, 11

Item Regular Mini
Pencil 4 7
Finger 2 3
Paper 6 9
Desk top 12 20

Group #4
Students 2, 9, 16, 17

Item Regular Mini
Book Box 6 10
Basket 4 9
AR Folders 5 10
Wooden Hand 5 9

Group #5
Students 6, 12, 15, 20, 21

Item Regular Mini
Marker 3 5
Pencil Holder 10 17
Desk Leg 9 17
Pencil 5 9

Chocolate Fact Families

After reading the books, Addition with Hershey Kisses and Subtraction with Hershey Kisses, we used caramel and regular Hershey Kisses to created fact families. 
Using a template made by our teacher in MaxWrite, we recorded our fact families.
Click here to see the fact families
we created using our Hershey Kisses!
Using MaxShow, our class worked together to create
a Powerpoint to show how a fact family is made. 

Click here to take a look at our MaxShow!

Candy Bar Graphing

After choosing our favorite Hershey Miniature candy bar, we used
MaxCount to create a graph of our class results.
Candy Bar Graph Graph Response Sheet
Here's some of the things we learned from our graph:
Hershey Chocolate was the favorite with 14 votes. Only 1 person chose the Mr. Goodbar.
Two more people chose the Dark Chocolate than the Krackel bar. 14-1=13, there were 13 votes more for the favorite Hershey Chocolate than the least favorite Mr. Goodbar.

Chocolate Web Sites


Hershey Games for Kids

Chocolate Games

Chocolate Recipes for Kids


Data & Probability:
Sort and classify items according to their attributes and organize data about the items

Data & Probability:
Represent data using pictures and bar graphs

Number & Operations:
Demonstrate fluency with basic number relationships of addition and subtraction for sums
          up to 20

Select an appropriate unit and tool for the attribute being measured

Identify topic, main ideas and supporting details

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