The printable fruit loop graph can be used any time of year, or use it with the gingerbread house for a fun December activity! This is fun to use during a Gingerbread unit.
Prepare the Graphing Activity:
Print the Fruit Loop Graph and the Gingerbread House Mat.
Give children a cupful or ziplock bag of Fruit Loops cereal.
What to Do:
Just for fun, let children decorate the Gingerbread House with the cereal. Then have them graph the pieces they used on the Gingerbread House on the Fruit Loop Graph mat.
Have children count how many they have of each color and compare to see which has the most, least, or same amount.
Download the Graph:
Note: This is a free printable, just click to download.
More From My Shop:
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.