Banana Measuring Graph Activity

I’ve been a Curious George fan for as long as I can remember. My kids have grown up with him as well. I’m thrilled we can now watch all 9 seasons of Curious George, now streaming only on Hulu, reliving each adventure all over again!

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Inspired by Curious George, we’re having fun counting and measuring in bananas with this darling free printable by our designer Juliann Law! Kids can mark how many bananas each object uses to measure up. Be sure to end your math activity with a sweet banana snack!

Banana Measuring Graph Activity for Kids

Banana Measuring Graph Activity

1. Start by printing out the free printable: Curious George Measuring Printable It’s also available in black and white for kids to color it all in: Curious George Measuring Printable b/w

2. Have your bananas at the ready as you gather the items on your list. Or you can always take your bananas to your item, such as your TV – might be a little big to bring to the table!

3. Line up your bananas with your object and see how it measures up. How many bananas is your stuffed animal? Our Curious George toy is 3 bananas tall.

Curious George Banana Measuring Math Activity

4. Fill in the bananas on the paper for all the objects you have on hand, seeing how each item measured up!

Banana Measuring Graph

Once your graphing activity is done, slice up your bananas and enjoy them for snack time.

Banana Measuring Graph and Snack Activity

Watch the Curious George trailer on Hulu:

Banana Graph Printable for Kids Measuring

*Thanks to Hulu for sponsoring this post. Be sure to follow them on facebook, twitter, instagram and google+ with the hashtag #CuriousGeorgeonHulu!

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