Write a list of words you could use to describe chocolate, then use them to write a chocolate poem together
Hot Fudge - (ISBN: 978-0689857508)
by James Howe
Bunnicula and friends are somehow implicated in the mystery of how the fudge for the library sale disappears. Although their job is to guard the fudge, everyone knows Bunnicula is a chocolate lover. The plate of fudge turns up empty. What do you think happens? Try the fudge recipe for yourself. Have you ever suspected a friend of doing something bad? Did it turn out the same way?
Mary Maroney and the Chocolate Surprise - (ISBN: 978-0399228292)
by Suzy Kline
When their teacher tries to recreate the chocolate bars with prize-winning tickets after the class reads Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Mary is determined to get one of the loaded bars. She finds out that the class nemesis Marvin has one, and she does some bar switching. Mary unexpectedly ends up with a different little prize: her share of guilt for cheating. Stop to predict what happens in the end, then find out how the chocolate switch is resolved by reading the book.
Oh Ducky: A Chocolate Calamity - (ISBN: 978-0811852272)
by David Slonim
When a rubber duck falls into the melted chocolate vat at the Yum Yum Chocolate Candy Factory, Mr. Peters dives in to save the other candy. He swims past lots of goodies (chocolate ships and chocolate sharks, etc.) on his way to a new idea for candy. If you like silly, silly books, you will enjoy following his trip through the chocolate river and finding out what his new type of chocolate covered goody will be. Try telling a new chapter of the chocolate river story together as a family, adding your own ideas for treats.
The Doorbell Rang - (ISBN: 978-0688131012)
by Pat Hutchins
Find out what happens to those dozen yummy-smelling chocolate chip cookies mother has just taken out of the oven. Every time the doorbell rings, there seem to be fewer cookies left. At first, Victoria and Sam only have to divide the cookies by two. How many times do they have to recalculate? How many cookies do they each end up with? When you are good and hungry, try acting out this story yourself (with cookies, of course!)
The Hershey Kisses Addition Book - (ISBN: 978-0439241731)
by Jerry Pallotta
What greater way to learn addition than to see people counting kisses? Try doing the math with kisses yourself, that is, before you eat them!