This is a fun way to get some practice with data analysis!
After you create your cube students can roll it and graph which image comes up each time. There is a recording sheet for practice with more than, less than and equal to as well as a recording sheet for addition!
I’ve included graphics for 1", 2" and 3" cubes as well as a cube you can print out and glue together yourself. Choose your cube size, glue the graphics on or slip them into the pouch!
I laminate my sheets and use them in my math centers with dry erase markers. This activity gives students practice with creating a graph, comparing numbers and using the data information to create simple addition sentences.
This set has cute Apple Kid graphics to go along with the Apple Unit I teach each Fall. I've created many different variations of this game as I find my students' interest in the games gets revived when they have a new look, be sure to check them out in my store!
If you like this activity, please visit my blog, Herding Kats In Kindergarten, for more ideas and freebies!
I love your new graphing sets with the apple kids and the other ones. Is there a possibility to take the pictures on the cube and make them a little larger to fit the large soft cubes that we use in the classroom?
Thanks a bunch!
I started out in kindergarten, but this year I got "promoted" to 1st grade! I am loving my firsties but still crossing my fingers that I get to go back down to kindergarten next year. I create mostly for kindergarten and 1st grade classrooms.