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M&M Graphing Activity, Grades - Pictographs, Bar Graphs, Problem Solving Graphing Activities, Numeracy, Student Teaching, Teaching Ideas, Fun Math, Maths, Math Measurement, Math School, Second Grade Math

M&M Graphing Activity, Grades 2-3 - Pictographs, Bar Graphs, Problem Solving

This activity is sure to be a crowd-pleaser in your classroom! For materials, you will need this packet for each student in your class, plus one small bag (or serving) of M&Ms for each student (I suggest the bags that have several miniature packages in them). Students will make predictions, co...

Primary - making a bar graph (anchor chart) Math Charts, Math Anchor Charts, Math Strategies, Math Resources, Math Lesson Plans, Math Lessons, Graphing Activities, Numeracy, Math Games

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3rd Grade Math Review

3rd Game Common Core Math Review Game: Help your students review the 3rd grade Common Core Standards for math with this bundled set of 5 fun and engaging game show reviews! They are perfect for end of unit reviews, test preparation, or end of the year wrap-ups. They are great for the whole class, sm...

A set of 32 half-page Graphing Task Cards with 4 question prompts on each card! Types of graphs include: Bar Graphs Double Bar Graphs Line Graphs. Types Of Graphs, Line Graphs, Bar Graphs, Math Rotations, Math Centers, Numeracy, Math Resources, Math Activities, Fun Math

Graphing Task Cards | Distance Learning | Google Classroom

Your students will love reviewing graphing and data with this set of 32 half-page Graphing Task Cards for interpreting graphs and data. Each of the graphing task card has 4 question prompts on each card, for a total of 128 questions on interpreting graphs ! These task cards are available in both a...

Real Life Graphs Project PDF - bar graph, line graph and circle graph Freebie! Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Maths, Classroom Ideas, Graphing Activities, Numeracy, Real Life Math, Go Math, Fourth Grade Math

Real Life Graphs Project

Students completed this in class graphing project as a review before our chapter test. I used this with my 6th graders, but it can easily be adapted up or down depending on the grade level you teac…

Simply Resources: Math Notebook - Bar Graphs this fourth grade teacher shows her first lesson of the school year on bar graphs and how they visit other classrooms to "gather" data. Math Strategies, Math Resources, Math Activities, Math Games, Interactive Math Journals, Math Notebooks, Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teacher Stuff

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*FREE* This product is aligned with and used as an extension of bar graphs. I use these items as a quick warm up. Fun Classroom Activities, Graphing Activities, Math Worksheets, Math Classroom, Fun Math, Math Resources, Classroom Ideas, Numeracy, Future Classroom

FREE MATH LESSON - “Bar Graph Freebie”

by 180 Days and Counting 1st - 3rd Grade This product is aligned with 3.MD.3 and used as an extension of 2.MD.10...analyzing bar...

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Reading Fluency Bar Graph

I use this chart during our "Fluency Fridays." My students keep this chart inside their homework binders. Every Friday I test their reading fluency (Words Per Minute) using grade level passages and I track their performance with this chart. It helps the students keep track of their own progress and ...

Which pizza topping is most popular? Your child can find the answers to this and other data questions by interpreting the data on bar graphs in this math worksheet. Graphing Worksheets, 4th Grade Math Worksheets, Third Grade Math, Number Worksheets, Grade 2, Printable Worksheets, Math Activities, Free Printable, Printables

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Which pizza topping is most popular? Your child can find the answers to this and other data questions by interpreting the data on bar graphs in this math worksheet.

free This product is aligned with and used as an extension of bar picture graphs. The scales are in increments of Math Worksheets, Math Resources, Math Activities, Math Stations, Math Centers, Second Grade Math, Third Grade, Teaching Math, Math Teacher

More Bar & Picture Graphs Freebie

This product is aligned with 3.MD.3 and used as an extension of 2.MD.10...analyzing bar & picture graphs. The scales are in increments of 2, 5, or 10. I use these items as a quick warm up. They can also be used as a review homework. Included: bar graph by 2 bar graph by 10 picture graph by 5

Posters and Interactive Notebook INB Set Graphing Posters - line graph - bar graph - circle graph -Graphing Posters - line graph - bar graph - circle graph - Line Graphs, Bar Graphs, Student Teaching, Teaching Science, Science Graph, Science Fair, Math Resources, Math Activities, Math Measurement

Graphing Posters and Interactive Notebook INB Set

This poster and interactive notebook (INB) set includes posters covering bar graphs, double line graph, pictographs, picture graph, line graphs, double line graph, circle graphs, frequency tables, sector graph, stem and leaf plots, histograms, dot plots, and box and whisker plots. This set also incl...

Kindergarten and Mooneyisms: Graphing With a Twist 2nd Grade Classroom, Math Classroom, Classroom Discipline, Classroom Resources, Math Resources, Classroom Ideas, Math Multiplication, Math Math, Maths

Graphing With a Twist

I've been seeing different graphs show up on Pinterest where the students graph Lucky Charms using just the marshmallow shapes. So I decided to do our graphing just a bit differently, to shake things up a bit. I gave each child a one-hundred chart. I then gave them 1/4 cup of cereal. Initially they watched as I did one by myself. I had 2 green clovers, so two squares were colored green. I had 4 blue-ish shapes and 1 rainbow (that they wanted to color blue), which made for 5 squares being…