Fruit Loops Graph


Here is a printable graph you can use with Fruit Loops cereal.

Fruit Loops Graph

Give children a cupful or ziplock bag of Fruit Loops cereal. Just for fun, let them decorate the Gingerbread House with the cereal. Then, graph the cereal onto the graph.

Download: Fruit Loop Graph

If you would like more activities using Fruit Loops as a manipulative, I have some sorting and patterning activities in my Gingerbread Math Packet, available on the Teachers Pay Teachers site. The set includes Gingerbread House Sorting, Gingerbread Path Patterns (AB, AABB, ABC, AAB, & ABB), Gingerbread Path Game (Counting & Numbers), & Gingerbread More & Less.

This set uses graphics licensed by Scrappin Doodles.


  1. Milagros Callejas says

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge! I live in Nicaragua in small town and I’m trying to get info to help set up a quality pre-K & K.

    Thanks again,


  2. Candi says

    Thanks Karen your website is very helpful. I teach pre-k at a U.niversity in Arkansas.Your site has help me gather great ideas and more hands on activities.

  3. jan says

    Love the fruit loops graph!! I am sure my little friends will have fun with this graphing activity!! Thanks for sharing!!!!

  4. Lisa says

    Hello I live in Australia and teach receptions – they are 5 year olds.
    Is pre k and k equivalent or are they starting at 4
    Ps fab activities ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. Maria says

    I love you’re ideas Karen. Thank you so much for all the free printables. I wish I had found you sooner. Especially with the assessment process.
    Thanks again!!!


  6. nicole says

    My child has this as home work. Looks simple but do we glue the fruit loops to the house and then put new fruit loops on the graph or just decorate the house and use the those to stick on the graph and only return the graph to school?

    • says

      When I do this with my students, I have them decorate the house with fruit loops, then they move the fruit loops from the house to the graph. We don’t glue them on the paper. However, I don’t know what your child’s teacher expected you to do — she/he may want them glued. I’d recommend contacting her/him.

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