Break out the chocolates one more time!
We are going to work on counting and graphing skills as we count our olympic medals one final time.
These chocolates have certainly become gold in our house and now that we have finished using the chocolates for math, we can finally eat them!
Grab a FREE copy of the Medal Graphing Template in the Required Materials section below.

Lil’ Explorers Focus Skills

Algebraic Thinking

  • Count from 0-10
  • Understand values of numbers 0-10


  • Use graphs and charts to describe data

Lil’ Creators Focus Skills

Algebraic Thinking

  • Count from 0-20
  • Understand values of numbers 0-20


  • Use graphs and charts to describe data

Required Materials

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Medal Graphing Template

*Mini Reese's Cups

*Wrapped Rolos

*Hershey Kisses

Step #1
Print the Medal Graphing template.
Step #2
Place a handful of Reese’s, Kisses, and Rolos into a small bowl.
Step #3
Pull out one candy from the bowl at a time and place it on the graph in the corresponding column. Continue until you have graphed all of your chocolates.

  • Reese’s – Gold
  • Kisses – Silver
  • Rolo’s – Bronze

While our Lil’ Explores may not fully understand the graph, they can certainly understand the sorting aspect of the candies.

Step #4
Count the number of gold, silver, and bronze medals you earned.

Teacher Tip

Not into chocolates? Or maybe ate all the chocolates the first time we used them for math? No worries! The second page of the template has medals that you can cut and graph on the paper.


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