What Do We Do With All This Candy?!?

Do you have a lot of extra candy? Check out this big list ways to use the candy in your homeschool for educational activities!

This is the candy time of the year! Even if you don’t go Trick-or-Treating, you might be inundated with candy from … grandparents, Daddy’s work, the physical therapist’s waiting room …

So, what do you do with all that candy? Are you doomed to days of sugar-charged circus ringmaster-ing? How can you possibly convince them to give it up?

Enter: Candy Schooling!

Do you have a lot of extra candy? Check out this big list ways to use the candy in your homeschool for educational activities!

Candy Language

Use your candy as an inspiration for these writing prompts …

Friday Freewrite: Candy by Brave Writer

Friday Freewrite: Candy Room by Brave Writer

Candy Science

10 Sweet Candy Experiments (plus cool video!) by Amanda at Raising Da Vinci

Blindfold Candy Taste-Test Experiment by Colleen at Raising Lifelong Learners

Gummy Bear Science: Exploring Osmosis with Preschoolers by Colleen at Raising Lifelong Learners

Skittles Rainbow Science Experiment by Colleen at Raising Lifelong Learners

Atoms and Isotopes Free Candy Game by Elemental Science

How to Make a Candy Spine by Ticia at Adventures in Mommydom

Candy Experiments by Susan at Susan’s Homeschool Blog

Ranibow Candies: A Chromatography Experiment for Kids by Eva at Eva Varga

Candy Math

25 Creative Candy Math Activities by Cindy at Our Journey Westward

M&M Math by Cindy at Our Journey Westward

Candy Graphing (plus free printable) by Kaylene at This Outnumbered Mama

No-Prep Candy Corn Multiplication Pack by Erin at Royal Baloo

Candy Corn Math Pack by Erin at Royal Baloo

From the freeĀ Candy Corn Math Pack by Erin at Royal Baloo

Halloween Math: Candy Corn Fractions by Karyn at Teach Beside Me

Candy Math: Hershey’s Weights and Measures by Karyn at Teach Beside Me

Skittles Math with Printable by Karyn at Teach Beside Me

M&M Math Pattern Cards by Karyn at Teach Beside Me

Licorice Shapes and Angles by Karyn at Teach Beside Me

Hershey’s Fractions Printable Cards by Karyn at Teach Beside Me

Candy Math: 6 Fun Books for Hands-On Learning by Amy at Rock Your Homeschool

More Candy Fun

Hands on Learning with Halloween Candy by Kris at Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers

Edible Candy Corn Slime by Karyn at Teach Beside Me

Edible Slime from Starburst Candy by Karyn at Teach Beside Me

Candy Geography

Click the map below to find out what candy was most popular in each state in October 2017!

Source: CandyStore.com.

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