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The Candy Corn Contest

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Published by Random House Children"s Books in New York .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL24305454M
ISBN 109780307516480
OCLC/WorldCa495994544

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It is less about a candy corn contest than about one boy trying to come to terms with the fact that one of his friends smells badly because he is a bed wetter. In the end, the book tries to teach some positive social lessons, but all throughout the story until that point, the /5(52). It's almost Thanksgiving, and Richard Best can't stop thinking about Ms. Rooney's Candy Corn contest. Whoever can guess the exact number of yellow-and-orange candies in the jar on Ms. Roney's desk gets to keep them all. The Candy Corn Contest by Giff, Patricia Reilly and Giff and Sims, Blanche available in Trade Paperback on , also read synopsis and reviews. It's almost Thanksgiving, and Richard Best can't stop thinking about Ms. Rooney's Candy Corn. MATH/ESTIMATING--In The Candy Corn Contest, Ms. Rooney asks the class to estimate the number of pieces of candy in the jar. Hold a similar contest using popcorn kernels. Once the students have submitted their guesses, divide the class into groups and have each group count by tens to determine the total number of kernels.

  The Candy Corn Contest 1st (first) edition by Giff, Patricia Reilly published by Scholastic () [Paperback] Unknown Binding – January 1, out of 5 stars 52 ratings. Book 3 of 16 in the Kids of the Polk Street School Series. See all 14 formats and /5(52). It's almost Thanksgiving, and Richard Best can't stop thinking about Ms. Rooney's Candy Corn contest. Whoever can guess the exact number of yellow-and-orange candies in the jar on Ms. Roney's desk gets to keep them all. The only problem is Richard has to read a page in a library book for each guess.   The Candy Corn Contest (Books Teachers Love) The Candy Corn Contest is a beginner chapter book, perfect for any elementary classroom. It’s an ideal entry point for getting excited about Halloween, as well as academic tasks like estimation and reading in the library. It is less about a candy corn contest than about one boy trying to come to terms with the fact that one of his friends smells badly because he is a bed wetter. In the end, the book tries to teach some positive social lessons, but all throughout the story until that point, the /5(63).

About The Candy Corn Contest It’s almost Thanksgiving, and Richard Best can’t stop thinking about Ms. Rooney’s Candy Corn contest. Whoever can guess the exact number of yellow-and-orange candies in the jar on Ms. Roney’s desk gets to keep them all. The only problem is Richard has to read a page in a library book for each guess. Editions for The Candy Corn Contest: X (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition), (), (Hardcover published in ), Home My BooksAuthor: Patricia Reilly Giff, Blanche Sims.   #3 The Candy Corn Contest by Patricia Reilly Giff, As Ms. Rooney’s class prepares for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, she gives them a contest: students can win the jar of candy corn on her desk if they can guess how many pieces of candy corn are in it (or get the closest to the right answer). It's almost Thanksgiving, and Richard Best can't stop thinking about Ms. Rooney's Candy Corn contest. Whoever can guess the exact number of yellow-and-orange candies in the jar on Ms. Roney's desk gets to keep them all. The only problem is Richard has to read a page in a library book for each Matthew, who sits in front of him, knows they'll never s: 1.