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**My best seller with lots of positive reviews! ** Review: "We need a lot of practice with this concept, and the many scaffolded resources that you provide are much appreciated." -Teacher**Review: "It was so hard to find resources that covered this material and my kiddos needed it desperately. T
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23 Pages full of black and white as well as colored pages. Whats included: Vertical Bar Graphs - Black and White Cut and Paste Bar Graphs - Black and White Horizontal Bar Graphs - Black and White Vertical Colored Bar Graphs Make your Own Graph - Black and White Tally Bar Graphs Colored Tally Bar G
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This Using Data to Tell How Many More or Less in a category is a resource for helping students compare numbers to determine the difference between the two. Students use picture graphs to answer questions about the graph and determine which category has more and which has fewer. This set includes 1
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This is an Activestudio flipchart for use on a Promethean Board. It teaches the key concept of "How many more?" and "How many less?" with a natural progression from very simple picture matching to data analysis and problem solving. Includes: - 4 simple slides where students compare 2 sets of imag
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Picture graph, bar graph, tally table, frequency table! Kids will practice with ready-made graphs first and then create their own festive graph! Using pictures based on the song "Twelve Days of Christmas." 30 pages of quick printable WORKSHEETS: Includes 3 finished picture graphs with great grap
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Picture graph, bar graph, tally table, frequency table! Kids will practice with ready-made graphs first and then create their own spooky graph! **Updated 10/2016 with a fresh look, both the old and the new packets are included.** PRINTABLES/WORKSHEETS: Includes 2 finished picture graphs with gre
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This is a concept many of my first graders struggle with. My school uses the GO Math curriculum and I found this game very helpful to use in conjunction with more/fewer lessons in Chapter 2. It’s helpful to bring back and play again in the Chapter 10 Graphing as well. This game helps students unde
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Do your first graders have trouble with graphing questions that ask how many more there are of something? I created these practice pages with steps for solving those tricky questions. I hope you find it useful! Take a look at some of these other 1st Grade Common Core Math aligned products!: Common
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I hope that these pages to practice "how many more" and "how many fewer" with a Halloween theme will get your kids excited about math! These pages allow kids to practice calculating "how many more or fewer" than a given number with pictures to assist. Students need to be able to use this skill bef
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How many more? Vocabulary used with graphing and word problems. Students must group together pictures to decide how many more of another object there is. Answer key included for one sample.
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This is an activity I use with my first graders in a small group to re-teach and reinforce the concept of "how many more" when analyzing graphs. On these worksheets, the data is already graphed. This activity focuses on the interpretation of the information provided rather than the skill of graphing
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This beginning graphing activity is a great way to differentiate and meet the needs of all your students as they count and sort four different super cute puppies into groups and record their numbers on tally sheets. Students who may struggle can be given fewer types of pictures to sort and/or coun
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This high interest activity is the perfect thing for the Technology/Computer Lab teacher or the regular classroom teacher to keep their students engaged! This product includes a set of five different chick cards that can be duplicated for students to sort and count, three different tally sheets to
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This high interest activity is the perfect thing for the Technology/Computer Lab teacher or the regular classroom teacher to keep their students' attention before Spring break. This product includes a set of eight different Easter egg cards that can be duplicated for students to sort and count, a t
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This is a great introduction to counting and graphing in any primary classroom! Graphs help us organize important information and what's more important than the people in our room? This colorful download includes a title for the graph, extra tags for boys and girls to label each side of the graph,
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Frog measuring fun! Your students will be engaged as they measure themselves against this colorful stack of frogs - and will follow up with a class graph. How many frogs tall are your students? Interpret the graph together to find out which answer has the most/least and which columns are equal.
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Here's a great idea for a K-3 lesson on using bar graphs, along with all the materials you need to create a colorful poster/bulletin board to display your results! The topic is one that will instantly appeal to young students - their pets! The packet includes: • pgs. 1-3: A Main Title page, a Ba
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Ready for a fun and instructional activity for Valentine's Day? This high interest activity is the perfect thing for the Technology/Computer Lab teacher or the regular classroom teacher to keep their students' attention while they are dreaming of sweet treats! Your kids will sort and count picture
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This is packed with Tally/ Comparing Tallies/ Pictograph Activities. Monster Tallying (2 options) *Monster Picture with different monsters to count and tally *Monster Recording Sheet *Monster Answer Key *Monster Spinner (use instead of picture to spin and record how many of each monster spun)
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This card sort activity provides students with necessary practice in determining how many solutions a system of equation will have, without graphing! Understainding the connection between how slopes and y-inercepts of two lines in a system relate is an important conceptual concept for students to ma
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A color and color word recognition and graphing activity. This is a differentiated activity and can focus on color recognition, reading color words or reading and writing of color words. Students will spin the spinner to see which color word they will record on their graph.The activity is apple them
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Measure with Snowmen - Measure Me – Measure How Tall I Am – Non Traditional Measuring - Counting With a friend, students measure how tall they are with a non-traditional measuring tape. They also practice measuring classroom objects. This unit includes a notebook to record their results and other th
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Measure Me – Measure How Tall I Am – Non Traditional Measuring - Counting With a friend, students measure how tall they are with a non-traditional measuring tape. They also practice measuring classroom objects. This unit includes a notebook to record their results and other things about themselves.
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Apple measuring fun for the fall! Your students will be engaged as they measure themselves against this stack of beautiful watercolor apples - and will follow up with a class graph. How many apples tall are your students? Interpret the graph together to find out which answer has the most/least an
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