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This month we are all selecting a storybook by Gail Gibbons. This month was especially challenging on me to select only one storybook. Gail Gibbons as an author has been my go to author for years when I am teaching the children about holidays to science lessons to science and more! Since summer is now upon us the kids and I thought that Ice Cream: The Full Scoop would make a refreshing storybook lesson.
To help your child learn the different measurements generally used in cooking I have created this fun Ice Cream Mathematics Relationships Pack. In this pack your child will be introduced to the measurements of scoops (not a technical measurement, but a good visual one, especially for ice cream), pints, quarts, and gallons. Included are some fun ice cream scoops to use as counters as well. Also included in this pack are worksheets to help reinforce the differences between the visual quantities and the measured quantities of ice cream scoops, equivalent quantities, and great than/less than/equal to math value relationship questions using scoops, pints, quarts, and gallons.
I hope that you can find some learning fun in my Ice Cream Mathematics Relationships Pack! Most of my over 220+ printable creations are available only through my E.H.M. Member’s Only Website for a one time lifetime fee of $15.00. If you are a member of my E.H.M. Member’s Only Website you can find these printable book logs under the “Math/Science” tab. Would you like to bring some ice cream learning fun into your home or school? Click the link below to download a free copy of my Ice Cream Mathematics Relationships Pack:
After Beck and Elizabeth read the storybook and completed the Ice Cream Mathematics Relationships Pack, the kids wanted to learn more about how ice cream was made. I had them watch this video:
After watching the video we naturally needed to go to our local ice cream shop to select some yummy ice cream after learning all about how ice cream in made both in the storybook and video above:
I hope you enjoy these activities for Ice Cream: The Full Scoop. Here are some more fun books by Gail Gibbons for you to use on your homeschooling journey:
Make sure to see what everyone else is doing in the Virtual Book Club for kids: