You will need to get candy hearts for this activity. Have your students work in groups to divide the candy pieces amongst themselves. They will then need to make an equation showing the process by which they divided the candy. For students learning about fractions, you should make the number of candies unevenly divisible so that they will have to decide what to do with the remainder.

- Memories of Home
- Languages of the World
- Summer Fun
- Non-E Paragraph
- Where in the World?
- Lucky Signs
- Ireland
- US vs. Yugoslavia
- Where’s Thanksgiving?
- What’s The Word?
- Fraction of a Day
- Test Your Observation Skills
- Order by Birthdays
- Grateful for America
- A to Z Names
- Cover the Nile
- Go Fish
- Automobile Symbols
- The Word "Thanksgiving"
- Long Arms
- How Many Socks?
- Beans in the Bag
- "If" Response
- Yo-Yos
- Shapes Around the Room
- What Do the Books Have in Common?
- History of Halloween
- Nine to Five
- Race in the United States
- Class Percentages
- I’ve Learned That...
- Letter Art
- Turkey Eaters at Thanksgiving
- What is Thanksgiving?
- Common Eye Color
- Bean Estimation
- Columbus Voyage Journal
- Candy Math
- Circumference of Student Circle
- Springtime Is
- How Many Shakes?
- Don’t Lift Your Pencil
- Max Temp
- Logo from Memory
- Boggle
- Millennium Countdown
- What is Fall?
- Admirable Athlete
- Three Consecutive Numbers
- Rhyming Words

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