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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.

Materials:

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

Plan:

  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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