Cheetos Snowflakes?? They have done it again. Just when we think their seasonal Bag of Bones were the highlight of the year for us teachers… Cheetos has released another seasonal product called Snowflakes. And they are YUMMY.
So of course I jumped on the chance to make you guys another fun, interactive, and delicious snowflake freebie file. And seriously… this file is completely free.
Here are the individual sorting mats you can print for each student.
And a table sorting mat of you chose to complete these activities as a small group.
Grab a good size handful of Cheetos with no particular presorting needed.
I used an individual sorting mat here. Then I take this number information and graph it.
Of course you could also just graph the puffs on the mat as well. I prefer for my students to always graph using different colors for each item so they can see the similarities and differences easily.
Sort & Compare
Your students can also sort and compare. Again, I used an individual sorting mat, but you can use the table sorting mats as well. Then you take that information to compare numbers.
There are two difference mats you can choose from. One allows you to circle the correct math symbol while the other option allows the learner to write in the math symbol.
You can and should mix and match to help your learners grow.
After all, adding food is a great way to make learning fun.
How do you grab this amazing FREEBIE?
So easy. Just sign up here and it is emailed directly to you!
(And you guys get even more BONUS freebie fun!!!)
I hope you grab this file for the snowflake freebie to use with your students. Lastly, if you have more classroom needs this winter, I hope you will consider looking at one of my many great learning activity packs.
roxana saud says
i cant figure out how to download the file
Mary Amoson says
I wrote out directions and made a picture to show you exactly where to click. Read over it again. I know it works.
Karen Cooper says
Where do you get the Cheetos? I have had trouble finding them.