goblins and ghosts, oh the fear!
Pumpkins, black cats and witches too,
Bobbing for apples and witches brew.
So jump for joy and sound the horn,
relax and have some candy corn! – Author unknown
One of my favorite things about Fall is Candy Corn… I love them. They are pretty, cute, and not to mention yummy. They are so cute that you can find crafts, lessons, recipes, and printables all dealing with Candy Corns. Now, if only they were healthy like carrots. I thought I would share some of my favorite links to candy corn fun!
Check out the book The Candy Corn Contest by Patricia Reilly Giff for some interesting reading as well as exercises in logic. In the book, a student can’t stop thinking about his class contest. Whoever can guess the exact number of yellow-and-orange candies in the jar gets to keep them all. The only catch is that each guess requires the student to read a page of a library book.
Use the picture book Julius’s Candy Corn in a candy math lesson plan to teach Kindergarten students how to count to ten and solve subtraction problems. Read more:
Candy Corn Ideas!
Candy Corn Fun Recipes
Printables for Learning
Look at the fun Candy Corn Printables found at http://www.mrsnelsonsclass.com/
Candy Corn Art Project: Click below to download the candy corn art project.
Candy Corn Art Project (yellow) – (.pdf format)
Candy Corn Art Project (orange) – (.pdf format)
Candy Corn Art Project (white) – (.pdf format)
Candy Corn Center Activities: These center activities were shared by Trudy from ToddlerVillage. The activities include number matching puzzles, letter matching puzzles, and a color word game. Click below to download and print the center activities.
Candy Corn Center Activities – (.pdf format)