These 30 data cards can prove to be a powerful resource when you are teaching graphing skills and word problems. Just select the cards you want to use and get students working together to create scaled picture graphs and bar graphs. Get them writing word problems about real life situations as they use the data cards.The information on the cards can be used to generate tests, worksheets, and more!
This is a very simple way to gather data, chart data, graph data, and then write word problems with the data collected.I am using this with a wide range of age and ability groups with candy corn. I have several bags of candy corn so each child will get to eat the candy they grab as we begin this small group activity.
Tracking how much sleep you are getting then collecting class data and turning it into a bar graph! Using the 2015 sleep study from the Sleep Foundation have your students collect data at home for a week. Then have them analyze the data to see if they are getting the ideal amount of sleep to work to the best of their abilities!
This resource covers graphing/interpreting data for the elementary classroom. These task card activities are the perfect go-to resource to help your students during independent work, group work, center activities, small groups, and whole group instruction. As your first graders start learning how to interpret data, this common core standard is covered with these task cards.
Chicken Coordinate Graphing Mystery Picture. Students will graph points on a coordinate plane that creates a popular chicken. Included are Student Instructions for both Quadrant One ONLY and instructions that include ALL four Quadrants! This makes a great early finisher activity, sub plans, or end of the year activity.
This Graphing Master Unit includes 120 slides that builds skills in graphing, making data tables, graph analysis, and measuring. Each lesson is built in two different levels so your entire class can be working on the same scenario but some kids will be working on level 1 while others are working on level 2. Differentiation could not be any easier! Every standardized test wants students to be able to graph and make data tables ...