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Here is a great way to practice sorting, counting, and graphing skills through the use of rainbow goldfish crackers! All you need are baggies of goldfish crackers and these handouts and you are ready to go! In this activity students can sort their goldfish by color, count how many goldfish they ha
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This graphing activity is designed for use with elementary students. Using colored Pepperidge Farm Goldfish (TM) crackers, students create a tally chart of the number of each color. Using their tally charts, students make a bar graph and a pictograph to display their data in visual form. This is
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After reading Dr. Seuss's One Fish Two Fish, Red Fish Blue Fish with your students, enjoy a snack with this math extension activity. All you need is the book, and the colored variety of Goldfish crackers! After sorting their goldfish, students tally and graph, and interpret their data using importa
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This package contains math activities to engage your students in using colored Goldfish crackers. Your students will sort crackers by color. They will make a pictograph, bar graph and tally chart. They will then use the information from these data collection tools to answer word problems and add t
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Goldfish Math Activities Included are fun goldfish themed math activities. Some of the activities are meant to be completed using goldfish crackers! Enjoy! Included are the following goldfish themed math activities: *Goldfish Graph – Give students a baggie of goldfish snacks and have students
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Your students will have fun using Rainbow gold fish for this graphing and math activity! Includes Goldfish sorting map Tally Marks Bar Graphing Pictograph Goldfish Comparing Goldfish Addition Aligned to the common core! I can add facts within 20. CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.OA.A.6 I can tell how many t
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This is a perfect activity for Dr. Seuss Week, St. Patrick's Day, or just a great addition to your graphing unit. Give students individual packs of Color Goldfish, or a handful out of a big box then let them count and graph. The packet is only one printer-friendly page.
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Students will love graphing food! Simply give each child a handful of rainbow goldfish crackers and a graph. Have them graph the number of each color that they have. Before eating the crackers the teacher must check their work. Every student will want to complete their graph quickly and correctl
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This activity involves students graphing goldfish snacks and graphing their results. The teacher would give them a small amount of goldfish and students would have to sort their collection and divide them into colors, collect data using a tally sheet, graph their results, and answer the activity qu
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Goldfish crackers now come in colors. This is an engaging 1-day math activity sorting, counting, and adding goldfish crackers. For kindergarten, you can use just the sorting page. Sort the goldfish onto the graph, then color in the boxes. Count them and talk about which has more, less, how many. F
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I use this graph with pre-made baggies containing 20 random assortments of colored goldfish. Works great for sorting and graphing assessments for small groups.
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This graphing activity is great with the book One fish, Two fish, Red fish, Blue Fish during Read Across America week, during an ocean unit, or just as a fun graphing activity.Place some goldfish in a cup or baggie and let the students sort, graph and count.If you are looking for more goldfish crack
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One of my fabulous 1st Grade friends asked me to make this for her. This unit focuses on several Common Core-aligned math skills, while incorporating the fun of Goldfish crackers. Common Core Standards: K.C.C.B.4a; K.C.C.B.4b; K.C.C.B.5; K.C.C.C.6; K.C.C.C.7; K.O.A.A.1; K.O.A.A.2; K.M.D.B.3; 1.O
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Also included in: Eat Your Numbers bundle {K-1 Food Math Activities}

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Want to keep your little ones engaged during math time? This product contains two different goldfish cracker math centers. 1) Graphing: Sort colored fish onto the sorting mat, and graph. Answer questions after analyzing data. 2) Decomposing Numbers/Addition: Practice addition by finding combinati
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Also included in: Ocean Math Center Bundle for K-2

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This is a graphing, sorting, and writing activity using goldfish crackers. UPDATED! Contents: ENGLISH AND SPANISH- COLOR AND BLACK/WHITE Print and Go Math activity! Graphing, sorting, analyzing, writing, addition, subtraction, and patterns. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attributi
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This is a cute, easy way to teach students about graphing. Students will count the goldfish on the aquarium page and create a bar graph. I've also included a blank aquarium and bar graph if you would like to hand out the colored goldfish snacks to your students to have them create their own. Enjo
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This lesson follows the Tennessee TEAM Evaluation Model and includes Common Core Math standards. This lesson plan is for sorting goldfish by color, graphing and recording the number of each color goldfish, and Lesson Plan includes Hook, Student Friendly Standards, Measurable Goals, Thinking and Pro
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Students will love this math activity! Not only will they be able to sort colored goldfish, they will be able to eat them, too! Students will use this activity to practice sorting, making tally marks, and creating a bar graph. It is a fun way for students to learn about sorting and graphing.
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This activity can be used in small or whole groups to help students gain a better understanding of data collection and graphing. It can also be used as an assessment for data collection and graphing. Materials needed are Rainbow Goldfish Crackers and this sheet. It's enjoyable for the students and v
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Kinder graphing landed during our Dr. Seuss Week- what better way to incorporate graphing and Seuss? I used this worksheet as a reinforcement to the idea of graphing and as a refresher for sorting. Enjoy!
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Celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday with a great math activity. Have students sort colored goldfish into 4 colors. Then have them graph and analyze their data.
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You will need goldfish crackers for each student in your class. I give each a small cup full. Students will use the sorting mat to sort their goldfish by color. I have my students outline the fish with the color that matches the color word before sorting. Next we color each fish at the bottom of
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Students will create a graph using colored goldfish crackers. Students should glue their fish directly on the paper. * Colored golfish crackers can be found at any grocery store. 1 box is enough for a class of 20.
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Students get a cup of colored goldfish. As they eat one, they color in a box for that color on their graph. Perfect opportunity to talk about more than and less than!
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