I read the
book, Chocolate Covered Ants, by Stephes Manes, to my fourth
grade inclusion class. My students used Microsoft Office Word
2003 to compose original stories and poems about chocolate. We
also took a survey of our favorite types of chocolate -- white,
dark, or milk. Dark chocolate won! Results were tabulated by the
students and presented in bar graph, circle graph, and table
form, using The Graph Club 2.0.
21 people to find what their favorite chocolate flavors were.
Here are the results!
wish I could!
Story About a Boy Named Pete
Pete is sad
Because his dad
Didn’t let him
Have any more chocolate.
So Pete stayed in his room
Until his dad said,
Have a little chocolate!”
When Pete went downstairs
He figured out
They had a cake
Covered in chocolate EVERYTHING!
I love chocolate!
if you eat too much!
smooth, dark chocolate
chocolate covered apple
ONCE upon a time, there was a boy named kyle. Kyle loved
chocolate so much that his nickname was fudge. He had a
chocolate sculpture made of himself.
One night, Kyle’s friend, Chris, slept over. Suddenly,
in the middle of the night, the chocolate sculpture came alive!
It said, “I am the chocolate king!”
The chocolate king was no match for Kyle and chris,
though! As the chocolate king reached out his hand to grab the
boys….they ate him!
in the house!
Get it out
before I pout!
And if you
don’t, I’ think
you into a chocolate drink!
If I lived in a chocolate world, everything would be chocolate.
The beds would be chocolate bars, and the pillows would be
kisses. My house would be a chocolate house. I pool would be
filled with chocolate milk, and I would take a bath or shower in
For breakfast, I would eat chocolate chip waffles, and for
dinner I would dine on spaghetti with chocolate syrup on top.
Oops! I forgot about lunch! I would enjoy chocolate chicken
nuggets dipped in chocolate BBQ sauce. For dessert, I would
enjoy chocolate cake.
Oh, I would love chocolate world!