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Candy per House

Ask your kids to count their Halloween treats after they have gone trick-or-treating and before they have eaten too much of the candy. Have them decide how many pieces they get on average from each house based on an estimated # of houses to which they went. You may want to present this activity before Halloween in order to get an accurate measurement.

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