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Analysing graphs and data and creating line graphs. This activity has 2 different flavours that will engage both boys and girls. Boys You are chief editor of a car magazine, where you have to graph car speed data and analyse it. You need to make conclusions about your results. Data set included t
Grades:
5th - 7th
An ideal resource for blending Numeracy / Math & Geography. The sentences starters will help students become more confident in analysing graphs. The resources are vibrant and clear. The colourful mats help students with their spelling and how to correctly annotate graphs and charts… Learn new ke
Grades:
5th - 10th
Collect, graph and analyse quantitative (number) data with this easy, fun method that can be produced by hand or digitally and is suitable for use with scores out of 10, 25, 100 (any number) or percentages. If you've always been a little afraid of data, you find it time-consuming, or even if you're
This two hour lesson investigates why global tourism has increased over time. Pupils learn how to analyse stacked line graphs and identify patterns in world travel. Writing frames are included to support weaker pupils. A card sort task is included to help pupils explain the reasons for such changes.
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6th - 8th, Staff
This climate graphing lesson will teach your students how to construct a climate graph using data, as well as understanding how to analyze climate graphs and interpret climate graphs. Students will learn about the different climate zones of the world and be able to use this knowledge to decipher whi
This item is made using Google Slides & Google Forms for an interactive digital experience. It aligns with the new Ontario 2020 Math Curriculum for Grade 3Data: Interpreting Graphs (Pictograph, Bar Graphs & Tables) Strand D: D1.5: Analyse different sets of data presented in various ways, inc
Note: The word "favourite" is used several times in this pack so I have included a copy of those pages with the spelling changed to "favorite." Request: Someone requested that I make a graphing unit that wasn't "season/holiday" related. Great idea! This graphing math pack is a must have!!! Th
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1st - 3rd
With the interactive Spring Graphing boom cards, students will practice building picture graphs and answering data questions based on the graphs. Students will drag and drop spring items to create the picture graph and count the total number for each item. They will record these answers in the chart
Grades:
K - 1st
This graphing math pack is a must have!!! This unit runs for one week and includes everything you need to teach data management. My students love graphing and many children grasp the basic concept of graphing fairly quickly. The next step is to get your students to think deeper and analyse the da
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Grades:
1st - 3rd
This graphing math pack is a must have!!! This unit runs for one week and includes everything you need to teach data management ~ about penguins! My students love graphing and many children grasp the basic concept of graphing fairly quickly. The next step is to get your students to think deeper and
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Grades:
1st - 3rd
Students have to read through the tasks on the worksheet to insert data into the M&M's Google Sheet and to create pie charts. Students will also learn how to analyse data held in Google Sheets and charts. They will also learn to change Google SheetsThis resource teaches the following skills in d
This graphing math pack is a must have!!! This unit runs for one week and includes everything you need to teach data management ~ about polar bears! My students love graphing and many children grasp the basic concept of graphing fairly quickly. The next step is to get your students to think deeper
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Grades:
1st - 3rd
This resource comes with the following: 1. M&M's Spreadsheet 2. Worksheet3. Task Cards/Help Cards 4. PowerPoint PresentationStudents have to read through the tasks on the worksheet to insert data into the M&M's Spreadsheet and to create pie charts. Students will also learn how to analyse dat
This Google Sheets template can be used to track data for a Task Analysis skill! This resource is perfect for any autism or ABA classroom.Task Analyses are a great way to collect data on a skill with multiple components, such as: washing hands, brushing teeth, unpacking lunchbox, etc. There are tabs
Bar Graphs: Reading and making bar graphs quickly and efficiently is essential for data analyses. This warm up activity worksheet provides daily practice for a week. Each day students must answer questions from a table and create an appropriate bar graph. It was designed for students to practice mak
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Grades:
4th - 6th
*** New Ontario 2020 Math Curriculum ***This activity assignment is designed for Grade 2 and Grade 3 students learning about surveying, data collection and graphing. This activity reflects expectations from the new Ontario 2020 Math Curriculum (D1. Data Literacy)Curriculum Connections:•D1.2 collect
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Grades:
2nd - 3rd
Grade 3 Ontario Math Teachers! Check these out! 2020 New Math curriculum-aligned brand new math printables that are simple for you and your students. That means minimal materials (scissors, glue, pencil and a paper clip), all on one page, ready to print and go! Your students will enjoy TEN fun and s
Math Mothers Day Data AnalysingMother's Day PictographsMother's Day Data Bar Graph Graphing AnalysisPictographs Bar GraphsThemed: Mother's Day, Love, Mom, May, Mothers DayActivity: Click The Correct Answer
Introduce students to arranging and representing data in columns, with these printable graph scaffolds.By using these scaffolds students will:Use concrete materials, pictures or drawings as symbols to create data displays with one-to-one correspondenceGroup objects according to certain characteristi
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K - 2nd
With this interactive SMARTboard math activity, students tap to indicate their favourite food from each food group. Vegetables, fruits, meats and meat substitutes, milk products and grains are the groups represented. When students tap one of the gray squares above their preferred food, the gray box
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Grades:
PreK - 2nd
This multimedia Google slideshow serves as a digital literacy and numeracy booklet where students will interpret media texts, online articles, websites, charts, graphs, videos, and infographics. Students begin by exploring post-secondary options at a local college website (you can change the link to
Are you looking for an engaging maths activity for the first week back at school? This simple graphing activity is perfect for discussing how students are feeling at the start of the school year. It allows students to collect data (as a class or independently) and record their data as a bar chart. T
Teach your students the skills of analysing and collecting data through these fun activities such as their preferences for sandwiches, ice cream, holidays or travel to school. Your students will collecting data through surveys, representing patterns of data through picture graphs and bar graphs and
**Aligned with the NEW Ontario Math Curriculum (2020)**Looking to transform your math program, increase student engagement and meet all the needs of your students? The balanced math workshop model is a great way to provide mathematics instruction for today's complex classrooms.Using the SMATH worksh

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