Jelly Beans





Jelly Beans
Jelly Beans are a small, colorful, and chewy candy. They are made of sugar, corn syrup, and other flavorings. They come in a variety of flavors, such as strawberry, cherry, grape, orange, and more. Jelly Beans have been around since the late 1800s when they were first made in Boston, Massachusetts. Jelly Beans are a popular treat among children and adults. They are often eaten on their own as a snack, or used as toppings or decorations on desserts. They are also commonly used in game activities, such as counting and guessing the number of beans in a jar. An analogy that can be used to help explain Jelly Beans is that they are like mini pieces of candy art. Their bright colors, various shapes and sizes, and various flavors make them a fun and creative treat to enjoy. One fun fact about Jelly Beans is that the United States President Ronald Reagan declared the month of April “National Jelly Bean Day” in the 1980s! He was known for having a soft spot for the candy, and even kept a jar of Jelly Beans on his desk.