Hot Cheetos


Chances are, if you’re at this page, you’re one of the thousand or so people who have searched for “hot cheetos,” “flaming hot cheetos,” “spicy hot cheetos,” or even “hot chitos” and landed on my classroom website. Welcome!

If you want to see why I showed up in your search results, you might want to read this post.

I don’t know why Hot Cheetos drive so much of my site traffic. I’ve had some of the best SEO folks in the business evaluate my site, and it perplexes them too. It seems the general consensus is that we all enjoy Hot Cheetos to some degree, but not in our classrooms.

If you’re interested on a legitimate media perspective on hot cheetos, check out this article from NPR.

Of course, while you’re here, you might also enjoy some of my lesson plans, book talks, songs, or music videos! I love learning with other educators, and I just ask that you leave a comment if you’ve found anything useful. Thanks for visiting!


21 thoughts on “Hot Cheetos”

    1. You are grossly misinformed. If you drop by Wildwood tomorrow at 2:30 PM and sign in at the office, however, you are more than willing to join us at our Takis/Hot Cheetos/Chip party.

      1. Absolutely, I’m still here! I’m still teaching 2nd/3rd grade GATE, reading, running, and doing a lot of math! I miss you!

  1. Ms. Houghton,
    We are truly blessed to have you as our kids’ teacher. I was just running through your website and kept thinking about how much we appreciate your dedication! Seriously, teachers like you are hard to come by! Thank you for being great! …and btw, what is it about Hot Cheetos that make kids love them so much? They look like they are in pain eating them most of the time! Life mystery i guess! lol

    1. Thank you so much, you’re very kind! I cannot explain the Hot Cheetos phenomenon, so I just try to roll with it. :)

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