This is a fun way to get some practice with data analysis! Simply print out and glue the sides of the cube together and then 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 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. I've used fun graphics of ladybugs and flowers in this set. I find that my students' are more motivated when I keep the graphics cute and current!
If you like this activity, please visit my blog, Herding Kats In Kindergarten, for more ideas and freebies!
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.