Have you seen the Teddy Graham Outdoor Discovery cookies? Hi, my name is Mary, and I have an addiction. I am addicted to creating editable activities for the classroom to make learning fun! When a teacher friend sent me a picture of the new Teddy Graham Outdoor Discovery, I knew what needed to be done. I knew we all needed a Teddy Graham Outdoor Discovery Freebie File.
Get the Teddy Grahams
First, I am aware that grabbing these boxes may be a challenge, which is one of the many reasons that I created these printables for you at no charge! I looked all over my area, but still couldn’t find the boxes. I did find them at Amazon here. This order contains 6 boxes of this snack.
I don’t know why, but I can find these easier at restaurants for kid meal sides easier than I can in the stores. I know the stores have to buy them in bulk. Keep your eyes out and if you find them, know I have a huge freebie file that you can use.
Prep the Baggies for Teddy Graham Outdoor Discovery
Next, I highly suggest portioning the treats into snack-size baggies. These activities do not need to have specific pieces per bag like the Bag of Bones Freebie, so this one is super simple to prep. Just print out the copies you need for your students. As usual, anything that touches food isn’t good to be saved year after year unless you laminate it.
You will get a one-page sorting sheet for individual sorting. There are also two other sized sorting sheets to use for table or group sorting. You can see the one-page sorting sheet above.
I also gave you a slightly larger sorting sheet which takes up one-fourth of the page. Lastly, there is a full-page sorting sheet. You can check out the last two types of sorts below.
This is my favorite part of the freebie pack! Your students will love to make a graph with these Teddy Grahams as shown below. Of course, your students can color in the graph after they lay the cookies on them.
I understand that getting these Teddy Graphs may not be the easiest, so I have provided these two printables below that you can use to generate the numbers for the graphs. Additionally, this may be a good option if you have food allergies or food restrictions in your classroom.
Math Word Problems
Use these mats to have your students create a fun picture and they use this image to write math story problems with them. You can use a simple mat or one with number lines and a box provided. Totally your decision! I won’t lie, I simply love this idea and I love using this in the classroom.
Keep in mind that you can take this printable and use stamps or erasers or even student drawings to make math problems on the paper. This printable isn’t restricted to just the Teddy Graham pieces.
Comparing Numbers Activities
You can grab these by comparing the number printables and mats. These are an easy way to have fun with numbers! Keep in mind that I either laminate these pages or throw them away after being used. The pages get slightly greasy and won’t be able to be saved.