bag of skittles
Skittles Math Sheets
I randomly gave each Lil Diva 20 skittles out of a bag to use for our graph.
We worked on analyzing the graph and did some addition problems using the template I made (provided above)
Then they made some Skittles patterns
Jello Rainbow Snack
What You Need:
jello in rainbow colors - we used strawberry, orange, lemon, lime, berry blue & grape
1. Make the jello according to the package directions.
*You will be making 1 color at a time - leave approximately 3 hrs. for hardening time before adding the next color. This is why it was a 2 day process but it was worth it - it's really easy to do & so fun to eat!*
2. Divide the liquid up among your cups - I used 9 oz. cups and poured approximately 1/4 cup of jello liquid and it made 12 cups total which were filled just below the top. It worked out perfectly.
I started with the bottom of the rainbow - purple/grape and worked my way to red/strawberry at the top.
Here we are halfway done (purple, blue & green)
My Lil Helpers mixing the jello
A completed Rainbow Jello Cup
You can add a whipped cream cloud if you like :)
What, doesn't everyone eat their jello wearing a tiara, lol!
No rainbow day is complete without some art so after tasting the rainbow we decided to "paint the rainbow"
We hope you enjoyed our Rainbow Theme!
Next we will be exploring Spring Weather.
**I have linked this to Sharing Time, Get Crafty, Read, Explore, Learn , For the Kids Friday, and Preschool Corner **