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Welcome to the O.R.E.O. Project 2010!
(Our Really Exciting Online Project)

Each classroom will 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 result. Before stacking the oreo®, each student will make an estimation of how many oreo® cookies they can stack.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
You will measure the COUNT of cookies used to stack --
NOT
height of stack.

Each participating class will need to purchase at least 1 bag of Nabisco's Oreo® Chocolate and Creme
Sandwich Cookies (regular stuf).

Students will estimate how many oreos they are able to stack before the oreos® tumble and then compare with actual stacking results..

Students 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.)

Each student will have TWO attempts to stack oreos® and will recordthe highest amount they were able to stack before tumbling.

Teachers will 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 also need to discuss that at the end of the project, all results will from their classroom will be averaged and posted!


Once the entire class has stacked their oreos®, they will average all their results to turn in ONE class amount.

A "Guess Where The Cookie" voice thread has been
created for you and your students to guess where the cookie is!

Click here for a printout of instructions.


Registration for this project
is now closed.

Students 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).

Click Here for samples from previous projects!


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