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Chocolate Touch Grades 4-5
My students and I just finished reading the book the Chocolate Touch. The book is great and the kids really enjoyed reading it. We did a follow up lesson with Hershey's Kisses. We used the kisses to write descriptive paragraphs using the five senses. We wrote our stories on a paper shaped like a large Hershey's kiss. I hope you enjoy the book and the idea.
Submitted by: Maggierose Magtea@email-removed
Hershey Bar Challenge Grades Intermediate
Make your math lesson a little sweeter!
Submitted by: Avis abreding@email-removed
"Who Wants to be a Millionaire" Grades Any
When I was working with 5th grade students, we were studying the 13 colonies. Hershey, Pennsylvania has the largest chocolate factory in the world. I brought in a big bag of Hershey candy and we played "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" as a review for the test. If they got the question right, they got a piece of chocolate.
Submitted by: Krista kmclend@email-removed
Chocolate Facts and Worksheets
Free downloads for your classroom.
Math Activities- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Grades Various
A fun way to integrate math.
The Chocolate FACTory Grades Intermediate
In this lesson students create rectangular arrays to represent sizes of chocolate boxes.
All About Chocolate
Just for kids to learn about chocolate.
"Take the Butterfinger Simpson's Trivia Challenge, play Butterfinger Rescue Mission, and win some Butterfinger candy!"
Learn more about this famous candy maker.
Exploratorium: Exploring Chocolate
Learn about the sweet lure of chocolate.
Visit the home of America's favorite chocolate.
Recipes that include everyone's favorite chocolate.
Home of the official M&M Candies.
"Get some mouth watering recipes and learn about the history of chocolate."
Find games, fun, information, and more.
The Teacher's Corner has hand selected a bunch of books for our Chocolate Unit that you can find at great prices on Amazon.com