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Do you use food in your lessons?

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  1. Food make any lesson more engaging! Thanks for sharing!

    Lisa
    PAWSitively Teaching.

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  2. Cute idea! I usually stay away from food, but that sure looks engaging. Maria

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  3. Definitely try to when I can...I don't teach Math or Science this year so I haven't...but next year I will be all over that! :)

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  4. We used pasta to add punctuation like commas and quotation marks to sentences last week! :) How fun! Thanks for linking up!

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  5. We just finished a 3D shapes unit and we used all kind of snacks to graph the different shapes! The kids loved it!

    Katie

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  6. What a great idea!! I love this idea and will have to share it with my first grade teaching friends!!

    Mrs. 3rd Grade 

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  7. We just used the Scrabble Cheez-it crackers to practice our 5th grade spelling words. So fun, especially at the end of the lesson... munch!

    Angela

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