Now I know what you are talking about! The sheet that you see comes from the Social Studies Alive student book. I rarely use anything from the book, but this sheet is a way for the inspector to keep track of how many Hershey Kisses pass the test. It is not an "inspector checklist." It is just a sheet that has pictures of a bunch of uncolored Hershey Kisses. When each wrapped kiss passes the test, the inspector colors in one of the Hershey Kisses on the worksheet. You definitely do not need this sheet to do the activity. In fact, I do not even use it every year. The inspector can just as easily make tally marks to keep track of how many Hershey Kisses pass the inspection.
Sorry for the confusion!
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