Pizza for fractions, chocolate bars for fractions, cake for fractions! Could I teach fractions all the time please?
'Best Buy' - the opportunities are endless! Crisps, different packs of Caramel bars, in fact anything that catches my eye at the time or is on offer at the Supermarket at the time.
Similar solids with the larger Coke bottles.
Strawberry shoelaces for perimeter and measuring.
Making Vimto and peppermint creams for ratio (think green food colouring and mint flavouring). Easy recipe for it here.
Dropping toast for probability - does it always land butter side down?
Pizza for volume of a cylinder.
Investigating ice cream cornets for volume and SA of cones,frustums and spheres - that's a resource I have on TES here.
Cake for division using upper and lower bounds.
Students budgeted for, planned and did my family's shopping for a week - but that's a whole other post!
Please share in the comment box below other ways I can find as an excuse to eat during lessons....
@SueSutcliffeC4S for suggesting using 100 Quality Street chocolates to investigate percentages
@RJS2212 - here's the Chicken McNugget problem for Frobenius numbers discussed by Numberphile.