First, we each had two attempts to stack the Oreos as high as we could before they tumbled. As each member in our teams stacked, we collected the data.
Here's a short video of some of us in action as we stacked our Oreos:
For the actual O.R.E.O. Project website, we only had to calculate our class average to submit online (so our data can be compiled with other classes worldwide), but we took this time to review how to calculate other landmarks as well.
|Part of our Skype visit with Ms.Naugle's class included |
watching them as they stacked their Oreos.
Later on, after lunch, we also had the opportunity to Skype with Ms.Kilpatrick's class from Massachusetts. Since they had finished stacking their Oreos and collecting their data, we were able to take turns sharing our results with each other. They also had finished creating their Oreo sculptures, so they shared their sculptures with us as well, which was inspiring because we'll be making ours next week.
|During our Skype visit with Ms.Kilpatrick's class, |
we shared the results of our data.
Check out the following video to see more pictures from our experience with the O.R.E.O. Project!
For more information about the O.R.E.O. Project, CLICK HERE.