• Gail Feix

🥜Peanut Butter 🚍Virtual Field Trips, 🎮Games, & 🎼Songs

Peanut Butter is a classic and students of all ages will enjoy learning how it is made! There are also PB&J songs & lunch themed games will be a hit with young students! 🥜🚍🎮🎼

March is National 🥜Peanut Butter Month! This is the perfect opportunity to add in some additional learning and fun about this classic with these informative virtual trips, classic songs for children, and entertaining online games. National Peanut Butter Lover's Day is March 1st and is a great time to learn how peanut butter is made. However, these peanut butter themed virtual field trips, songs, and games can really be enjoyed at any time throughout the year.


This Google slide deck includes one virtual trip, 4 online games, and 5 different songs, and uses embedded videos about peanut butter and jelly.

This slide deck also includes a linked peanut image in the bottom corner to return to the menu slide. The virtual field trips and songs are best used in Present mode with the teacher sharing their screen. Another option is to go to File > Publish to Web and use that link. As always, teachers should preview the trips before using to determine what best fits the needs of their class. I would recommend making a second copy for student use and only sharing the game slide directly with students using a published link (go to File > Publish to Web and use that link).


I hope that you and your students enjoy these peanut butter themed virtual trips, songs, and games! Check out even more virtual field trip slide decks here and make copies to use and enjoy! This is a growing list, so check back often for newly added adventures!


Make your own copy of 🥜🚍🎮🎼Peanut Butter Virtual Field Trip Songs Games here to use and enjoy:

https://bit.ly/ShareCopyPeanutButterVirtualFieldTripSongsGamesTeachersUsingTech


*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.