to the O.R.E.O. Project 2014!
around the world are invited to participate.
Classrooms will need to have each
student stack oreo® cookies as high as he or she can and then
average all their individual results to achieve a final Class
September 15 to October 17, 2014
You will measure the COUNT of cookies used to
NOT height of stack.
participating class needs at least
1 bag of Nabisco's Oreo®
Creme Sandwich Cookies.
(classrooms need to use the REGULAR oreo cookie --
not double stuf or triple double for their average.
IF you wish to use the different kinds as a class comparison -- that is fine.)
will estimate how many oreos
they are able to stack before their
are NOT to use anything to stablize the cookie
and they are NOT able to adjust cookies as they
stack. (i.e....once they have placed the cookie and their hand
has left the cookie, they may NOT adjust that
cookie again.) Students will stack ONE cookie on top of the next cookie one at a time.
student will have TWO attempts to stack oreos®
will record the highest amount they were able
to stack before
Teachers should explain to their students that this is a
project with schools all over the world and also explain what
information this project is attempting to collect. They should also discuss that at the end of the project, all results will from
their classroom will be averaged and posted!
After every participant (yes, teachers are encouraged to stack too) has had two attempts and has recorded their highest stack, the class will add all the highest stacks together and then divide by the # of participants to get a CLASS AVERAGE.
After you have the class average, please visit the submission page to share your results. After you have submitted your results, you will be directed to a page where you can print out the certificate of participation.
Extend the project with more ideas by clicking here!
This project is now over!
are also invited to participate in the
Oreo® SCULPTURE PROJECT.
Using ONLY Oreos® and the creme filling, students are invited
to create unique sculptures (such as trains, houses, etc).
for samples from previous projects!