Favorite Foods Graph/Chart

Project #12212

A cornucopia full of food is a traditional symbol of Fall bounty.

Adhesive, Cardstock or construction paper, Crayons, markers or pens, Pencil, Scissors, Watermark pen

The teacher will die-cut the materials for student use prior to the lesson.

Cornucopia Décor:

  1. Die-cut two Cornucopias using two shades of brown cardstock or construction paper. Leave one shape whole.
  2. With a pencil, draw a line along the squiggle edge of the opening of one Cornucopia. Trim along the perforations and the drawn line to make a ring.
  3. Attach the trimmed ring to the whole Cornucopia opening (Figure A).
  4. Use a watermark, shading or blending pen to draw lines on the Cornucopia Basket.
  5. Die-cut two of each leaf or food in various colors. Leave one shape whole.
  6. Trim along the perforations on the second shape and attach the trimmed shape to the whole shape.
  7. Students can use crayons, markers or pens to decorate the food. Use the embellished Cornucopia for classroom décor (Figure B).

Graph or Chart:

  1. Cut a large sheet of cardstock for a graph or chart and draw lines with a ruler and pen.
  2. Die-cut Tall ʼN Thin Capital Letters for the title of the graph and adhere to the graph.
  3. Die-cut two of each leaf or food in various colors and embellish as above.
  4. Adhere the embellished foods to the graph. 
  5. Cut a rectangle to place beneath each food for students to choose their favorite with a hash mark.
  6. Have students place hash marks on the rectangles below their preferred food and then total the results (Main Photo).

  • Figure A

  • Figure B

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