I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For ICE CREAM!
This TopicQuest was designed for Mrs. Wright's Kindergarten class at W.G. Nunn by Brizette Jones ,
a Valdosta State University Preservice Teacher.

ice cream

 Did you ever want to know some fun facts about ice cream?  For example did you know that it takes 50 licks to polish off a single-scoop ice cream cone, or that the biggest ice cream sundae in history weighed 24 tons? If you would like to learn some more fun facts about ice cream, this is the spot.

Do You Know what month is the national ice cream month?   If you want to find out, click on this website: national ice cream month.
ice cream challenge

Do you want to take the Ben & Jerry's ice cream challenge?  If so,  let's go.
Do you know all the different flavors that Baskin-Robbins  has? Find out the 31 flavors.
ice cream truck
Do you want to be a part of the Birthday Club at
Baskin-Robbins? Click here.

Do you want to make your own ice cream cone on the computer?  Click virtual cone and you can make one.
            ice cream
Did you ever wonder who created ice cream?  If you want to find out the history of ice cream visit this website: history of ice cream.

Did you ever wonder how much milk it takes to make one gallon of ice cream?  Click milk to find out.

Would you like to find out who has the best job in the world?  Click on this site to read about the offical taster for Edy's Ice Cream.

If you would like to make your very own ice cream sandwich at home, click recipe to find out how.

Do you know what the most popular ice cream flavor in the world? Click flavor to find out.

Scenario Mission

Now that you have become an expert on ice cream, let's have some fun!  Imagine your class is going on a field trip to the ice cream parlor.  Before you go on your trip, you have to draw a picture of the steps that it takes to make a ice cream cone or sunday.  To get some ideas of all the different kinds of ice cream, visit this website: Baskin-Robbins. Think about the different flavors you want on your sundae or ice cream cone! 

Mission Steps

1.  Visit the Baskin-Robbins website to find out the different flavors of ice cream you can use to make your sundae or cone.

2.  Think about how you want your ice cream cone or sundae to look.

3.  After you make your cone or sundae I want you to put the steps that you used to make your ice cream cone or sundae.

4.  Create a pretty picture so everyone can see what a great ice cream maker you are.

5. Give the drawing to your teacher to scan into the computer and publish on the Internet.




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