Who doesn’t like a good sandwich? Take a bite into at-home learning with these sandwich themed learning activities, stories, and videos!
Watch the video Carla’s Sandwich from Storyline Online and do the activities below.
Carla’s Sandwich Questions
How did Carla’s classmates feel about Carla’s sandwiches at the beginning of the story? How did their feelings change at the end of the story?
How did Carla show kindness in the story?
What happened that made Carla feel sad? Tell me about a time when you felt like Carla?
How did Carla’s classmates’ feelings change at the end of the story?
Carla’s Sandwich Activities for all Ages
1. Make your own creative sandwich recipe and write down the ingredients.
2. Make sandwiches for your family for lunch.
3. Take a survey of your family and friend’s favorite sandwich. Then make a graph of the data you collected.
* A Note to Parents – During this time of social distancing, it is important to continue to connect with people. Let your child call or video chat with friends and family members to ask them the survey question.
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Additional Sandwich Activities
Field Trip to a Bread Factory
Learn About the History of the Sandwich
Listen To the Poem Peanut Butter Sandwich by Shel Silverstein and answer the questions below.
Author’s Purpose – Why did the author write this poem?
What was your favorite part of the poem?
How many years was the king’s jaw stuck?
Printable Activities for Upper Elementary Students
Print sandwich learning activities here
Or answer these questions in a notebook
- How many words can you make using the letters in SANDWICH?
- Write six adjectives that describe peanut butter.
- Write the steps for making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Remember to use time order words (First, next, then…)