It’s mouth-watering fun for everyone!
Delve into science discoveries, such as learning about how chocolate comes from a bean pod—that makes it a vegetable, right? Develop an understanding of the basics of how chocolate is made and where it comes from. Learn about rainforests and the ancient Maya and Aztec uses of chocolate. Research the amazing stories of some of the world’s foremost chocolatiers!
Day 1: Chocolate – What is it?
Day 2: Chocolate – The Story
Day 3: Chocolate – The Types of Chocolate
Day 4: Chocolate – The Science of Chocolate
Day 5: Chocolate – Have a Chocolate Party!
There are lots of curious chocolate-loving kids out there waiting to shift into gear and dash into Download N Go™ action! Take the Chocolate Challenge, igniting their love of learning for a wonderful start to the new school year!
Here’s what homeschooling parents are saying
about Chocolate Challenge:
“Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate, I love Chocolate. . . . Amanda Bennett’s grab and go series inspired me again to teach a fun lesson on chocolate. Wouldn’t the children be all smiles to start the year with such a sweet treat? We could probably visit chocolate world and the amusement park. There is also a Wolfgang’s candy factory nearby as well that we could tour. The children will learn facts about chocolate, the story of chocolate, different types of chocolate, the science of chocolate, and end with a fun chocolate party. They will create a lapbook and taste some yummy goodies. What a tasty unit of study to dig into and fun to learn about when those days are tough.”
“Amanda Bennett does a wonderful job with each of her unit studies and this one is another great one for the DNG collection! It is written for K-4 BUT, once again can be used for those that have a severe handicap child and aren’t ready for kindergarten yet. I will be using it on my son that is 7 but can only do preschool-age things. If you love chocolate you won’t want to miss out on this one. . . . Watch some wonderful videos about Brazil, learn some interesting information about the country, and keep up with the weather there daily. You will have a Chocolatier of the Day when you learn about someone who became famous because of what they did with chocolate. During this journey you will have math, spelling, and other learning tools used; there is even some recipes that the kids can use in the kitchen. At the end of this FUN study you find out how to do your own Chocolate Party! What a neat way to show what you have learned and have lots of fun. This is a fun filled and exciting study!” Orilla in MO
“What could be better than finding a way to incorporate chocolate into our school day? Seriously? Can you think of anything more fun? . . . Aside from it being all about chocolate, I thought this was a well-done study. It allows for some good hands-on projects—from taste testing to poll taking and graph-making. The students will get a brief history of chocolate, learn about some famous chocolatiers, determine their favorite brand of chocolate, and create a really gorgeous lapbook. The decoration for the lapbook on this one are just limitless. Cut-outs from magazines, chocolate bar wrappers . . . this could be fun! We’re going to be busy this month, but I am definitely going to be writing a post about this DNG along with pictures of chocolate-smeared kids sometime in the future. It’s just too fun not to do.” Margaret in PA
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