I am on a serious mission to make distance learning fun. What better way to spice it up than with chips!
What I loved most is that students liked the interaction of doing a crafty type of tutorial. The good news is that it relates to things they should learn, addition facts.
I used card stock paper to make the tortillas. They started out white. I colored each one a sunny yellow and added tan, orange, and brown speckles to them to create a realistic look.
The "potato chip" bag is a sheet of copy paper that was folded book style in half. I colored only the front part of "the book" and glued the bottom and sides of the bag to represent all of splendor of a chip bag. Last, I wrote a math fact on the front of each chip. I put the answer on the back of each one. This is a fun way to review math facts. We spent 15 minutes of class time making the bags and chips. Students made any type of chips that they wanted. They really had a great time.