It’s Monday, October 29, 2018, and time for **Math **at *ClickSchooling!*

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**Recommended Website:**

(www.mathinvestigations.com/CandyMath.htm)

**Age Range: All **(All grades, children with parental supervision)

Harvest Festivals and Halloween are synonymous with candy. **Use some of that candy to learn about math**.

This site has a Candy Math Worksheet – Use M&M’s or other candies to review estimation, grouping, addition, and graphing with this free, printable worksheet.

And here are some other ad-supported sites with math activities using candy:

Find a list of activities you can do with an assortment of candy including setting up a candy store and making a number book. Other activities teach estimation, measurement, fractions, and more.

Education World: 35 Chocolate Activities

Get a list of fun ideas using M&M’s, chocolate Kisses, candy bars and more to explore math, science, and language arts.

Treasure Seekers – Candy Math– More ideas for sorting, grouping, graphing and adding