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  • Christal Hopkins

    Oreo Moon phases-Great classroom idea!

  • Yesenia O

    75 KID ACTIVITIES - simple, amusing ideas... like teaching your kids about the phases of the moon using oreo cookies! Maybe good to do for a science project!

  • Becca Edwards

    75 Kid Activities: Teach them the moon phases with Oreo Cookies. Then get you each a mug-a-milk ;)

  • Andrea Lynn

    Oreo Moon phases- Great way to teach this! What kid (and teacher) doesn't like oreos!

  • Claire Contreras

    I love you in the oreo and in the oreonoon, I love you in the evening and under the oreomoon.

  • Brandy Anderson - Fresh Sugar Photography

    Oreo Moon phases - a more tasty (and fun) way to teach your kids about the moon :)

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I loved doing this experiment with my fifth graders - cool that they would come in and check on the progress every day at my desk!