Candy Math

by | Nov 3, 2009 | All Saints Day, Math | 8 comments

Even though we attend a party on All Hallows’ Eve, our children save their candy till after Mass on the actual feast of All Saints.

This year I decided to have the boys graph their candy, and they loved the idea!


Apparently my boys really like caramels… Sure wish it was Almond Joys or Snickers… Snuggles was the only one that came home with some of those since I helped him choose some of his candy during the party games! 😉

8 Comments

  1. Kelly

    What a great idea to graph the candy! And I love how you saved the candy for the actual feast of All Saints. Thanks for sharing.

    God bless!

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  2. Jessica Gordon

    Thanks Kelly! I saw the idea on another website, when we were looking for pumpkin carving ideas, and thought it would be a fun.

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  3. Kelly

    What a fantastic idea!!!! I'm going to have the boys do this next year.

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  4. M.

    Okay, so are those religious lollipops I see????

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  5. Jessica Gordon

    They ARE!! Aren't they great! I am not sure which mom brought them to the party though, or where they were purchased, but Twinkle Toes LOVED them!

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  6. Jamie Jo

    What a great idea for graphing!! Might have to buy a big bag of mixed candy just for this purpose!! 🙂

    Beautiful pumpkins, You guys are great at carving!!

    That All Souls Mass at the cemetary is so beautiful.

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  7. Anonymous

    Mom who brought the lollipops – are you out there????

    🙂

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  8. Jessica Gordon

    I asked another mom who was there, and although she wasn't the one that brought them to the party, she also recently purchased some from the Dollar Store. She said they came in a 3 pack. I hope that helps!

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