OREO Project 2013

Group Art Photo

OREO Project 2013 – Stacking. Please watch this video to see how much fun we had stacking our Oreos and graphing our results!

Oreo Project

By Jack, Ian, Tessa, Carlos, and Allie

We used Oreos to do the project. We tried our best. We like stacking them. It was interesting to see our goals. We got to eat other Oreos. It was a hands-on project. We learned math at the same time we did it. We had fun at the same time. We think we should have more then two turns. We did a graph. We didn’t notice we did math when we did it. We liked it because the teacher did it too. This was our first time doing the project. Mrs. Tucker’s class got an average of 17 Oreos in all. I enjoyed it because it was very interesting.

 

Oreo Project

By Easton, Lincoln, Kyle, and Ryan

We got to stack Oreos carefully and one by one. People all around the world did it. We have to stack them gently. We want to have a third chance. We have to stack them on top of each other. We can’t use two hands. We can’t shake the table. If they’re broken, you can’t stack it. You have your own stack of Oreos. If the Oreo has a fat side, you should put the lighter side first. We have to stack them carefully. If we are hungry, do not eat the Oreos! If you don’t put one how you like it, you cannot fix it if you took your hand off it.

 

The Oreo Project

By 5 Girls: Emma, Cassandra, Kaylynn, Jewel, and Anna

To make it harder, do three stacks at a time. I think we should use a finger. We think it should be timed. We should be timed for 5 minutes and we could use two hands. We can make a castle with Oreos in five minutes without it falling down. We can make pictures with Oreos. We can make snowmen out of the cream. We can take the cream out of the Oreo and make an ice cream. We can make a gingerbread house out of the cream and Oreos are the windows.

 

Oreo Project

By Julliet, Emily, Amber, and Aneecia

The project is about how many Oreos you can stack. You have to wait when your stack falls. We enjoyed when we were stacking a lot of Oreos. We enjoyed stacking the Oreos on each other and when Mrs. Tucker stacked the Oreos. We liked when we enjoyed doing this and watching Mrs. Tucker get 18.

 

Oreo Art

OREO Project 2013 – Sculpting. After stacking our Oreos, graphing our results, and comparing our results with other classes, we created sculptures using the cream from the Oreos.

2 Responses to “OREO Project 2013”

  1. October 7th, 2013 | 7:39 pm       Reply

    Dear Mrs. Tucker’s Class,

    I’ve heard so much about the Oreo Project last year through other classroom blogs. I’m so glad your students got to engage in this fun, learning activity.

    Kind regards,
    Mrs. Watanabe

  2.   Julia (Kaylynns mom)
    October 21st, 2013 | 10:17 am       Reply

    The Oreo project looks like it was ALOT of fun. I think its great that the class can have fun and learn at the same time!

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