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  • Writer's pictureGail Feix

How Sandwich Cookies Are Made Virtual Field Trips 🟤🚍

Students of all ages will enjoy learning how sandwich cookies are made!🟤🚍

National Oreo Cookie Day is celebrated on March 6th, so I thought it was the perfect time to share new virtual field trip slides to learn how sandwich cookies are made! This interesting trip inside of a cookie factory will appeal to students of all ages.

These brief yet informative virtual trips have been quite popular with my K-5 students and I incorporate them throughout the year. In this new set, students will learn about how sandwich cookies are made. Previous topics that I have shared include learning about how candy hearts, jelly beans, peeps, gummy candies, ice cream, crayons, coins, bubble gum, doughnuts, popcorn, pencils, and erasers are made, and I have added more! You can make a copy of the first set here and Click here to make a copy of How It's Made!🚍Virtual Field Trips (Set 2), and the third set here.

This new virtual trip can easily be incorporated into and linked to the virtual classrooms that I shared in the first two sets. Just add an image of a sandwich cookie in the main room and link it to these slides (copy and paste them into the virtual classroom slide deck). This is a fun way to share these trips using a Bitmoji classroom. Once you make a copy, you can switch out my Bitmoji for your own. Check out the growing Virtual Field Trips topic here. I hope that your students enjoy these sweet virtual trips!

Make your own copy to enjoy here:

*NOTE: If the link says you need to request access, it is your school network blocking the share. All items are set correctly to force a copy when clicked on. Many districts block things (including file shares) that are coming from outside of their domain. Please try making the copy from a personal email or Gmail account. Then, you can share the file with your school account. If you request access, I won't be able to grant it or respond to your email request, since the issue is blocked on your end.


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