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Girl Scout Cookies Graph
Grade Level(s): K, 1-2
By: Stacey Mitchell, Kindergarten Teacher

Examine which type of Girl Scout cookie is the class' favorite.


You will need a large piece of butcher paper, and boxes of Girl Scout cookies.


  1. Purchase two to four types of Girl Scout cookies.
  2. Break cookies into small bite sized pieces and allow children to taste each cookie.
  3. Make a Venn Diagram graph that says, "Which Girl Scout cookie is your favorite?"
  4. Have children place cookie shaped cut outs in the appropriate places on the graph.

Editor's Note: Another important skill can be introduced into this activity by analyzing the results shown in the graph. After graphing activities with my class, I prefer to ask what the graph tells us about the information we gathered. I then write their quotes and display them along with the graph.

For example, "Only 2 people liked Caramel deLites." --James; "Most people liked Thin Mints." --Nicole.


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