Who doesn’t love Popcorn? Not only is it my favorite snack (and sometimes meal!), it makes a wonderful teaching resource!
Here are some great resources for you to try out – please leave a comment sharing your experience if you do!!
1. POPCORN.ORG. You can also request a FREE Teacher’s Guide by clicking here.
3. 5 Lessons For Teaching (includes Geography, History, Math, Nutrition & Science lessons).
4. 20 More Lessons for Teaching about Popcorn (from Education World) – number of great teacher-created activities with approximate grade levels for each lesson indicated in parentheses.
9. PILES OF POPCORN – An elementary reading comprehension printable worksheet on a story about children and piles of this yummy treat. The story is appropriate for individual or guided reading. Use this lesson to help build reading skills and reading readiness. Also good for general reading practice.
12. Snowman Activity/Recipe – Super cute no-bake activity that kids will love personalizing any time of year—no snow required!
14. SMART Notebook Lesson (can be used for a variety of subjects) – Students pick a kernel with a koosh ball. The kernel will link students to a Smart Response question. This game can be used with any content.
15. Science for All Five Senses! This activity is an appetizing way to teach your kindergartener what the five senses are all about!
Here are some printables as well:
- All About Popcorn
- 3rd Grade Reader’s Theatre
- Tons of Free Images to Color
- Tons of Worksheets to Print
- Interactive Word Games
- Coloring Pages, Worksheets, Posters and More!
- Great Resources from Scholastic (Must Subscribe)