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My BLOG POST about how to use this graph with your students. And, a follow-up blog post HERE.By now, we all know the Common Core emphasis on TB Q&A with TBE (text based questions and answers with text based evidence), but if you were at all like me, I couldn't get the kids to DO IT, until THIS,

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K - 6^{th}, Higher Education, Staff

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Are your students learning about graphs? Make it FUN with this ready-to-use activity!
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*THIS PRODUCT INCLUDES:
Teacher Directions
Student Directions
Graph Activity Sheets (Bar Graph, Line Graph, Pictograph, Pie Graph)
Answer Key
*Includes color AN

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1^{st} - 4^{th}

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This yummy one page printable graphing activity is sure to be a hit with your students! Students read the picture graph and answer questions using the graph. The key shows that each donut represents two donuts, so there is some skip counting practice as well.
Use this with your graphing unit, or w

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1^{st} - 3^{rd}

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This will guide you through the lesson - helping you teach fluency, application, and concept development. You can also use as a Google Slideshow if you don't have powerpoint. You must press PLAY/PRESENT for this to work, as there are actions on each page. These are SUPER ENGAGING and INTERACTIVE!THI

Also included in: YEAR-LONG 1st Grade MATH BUNDLE | DAILY LESSONS | Distance Learning

This worksheet has students graph and understand a Production Possibilities Curve (Production Possibilities Frontier). The worksheet is editable. It is created for a senior level College-Prep Economics Course.

***FUN FREEBIE***Graphing Google Slides Math Center. Teach about graphs with this beginning graphing activity. Build skills like read a graph, identify the number of items and number / numeracy skills (counting) with these graphs. Students drag the circles to the corresponding numbers in order to d

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PreK - 2^{nd}

With this one page worksheet you get:
1. Explanation of what line graphs are.
2. Explanation of what the "Dog Sales at Peg's Pet Shop" graph shows.
3. Seven question asking students how many dogs were sold in certain months?, fewest?, most?, months sales were the same?, ever more than 60 sold?, and

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2^{nd} - 4^{th}

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Do your students need help READING SCALES ON A GRAPH? Let them practice with these low-prep, LEVELED matching cards either traditionally or as game to make differentiated instruction easy! These cards are color coded and labeled level 1, 2, or 3 to meet your students' needs whether they are on-, bel

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3^{rd}

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Also included in: Graphing Centers & Games Bundle

Teach your students how to read, create, and interpret a line graph from a word problem or given data. Challenge your students to think more critically and become better mathematicians. The “How to...” guide is included in this packet. Start your students on their way to becoming better problem

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2^{nd} - 4^{th}

This product contains guided notes for plotting points on the coordinate plane. Definitions of coordinate plane and order pair is given for the students who need review on this. There are step by step directions for graphing points with fill-in the blanks to help students who may not write as fast a

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7^{th} - 9^{th}

Taking a break from traditional lecture-style learning, this lesson is exactly what teachers are looking for--teacher-guided, student-led, independent learning. Students READ a short description of intercepts, then sees examples worked out for them. They consider the pattern given in the examples, a

Here is an activity to challenge your students into a higher thinking level from the traditional basics. “Reading a Bar Graph” will introduce your student into interpreting graphs using a step by step guide. “Reading a Bar Graph” will present the teacher with an option of introducing their stu

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2^{nd} - 12^{th}, Adult Education

This 10 slide Math Activ Studio flipchart teaches students to read a bar graph and use it to compare information. This lesson is aligned with the Houghton Mifflin Math Series, 4.4 - 1st grade, although it can be used to teach concepts in grades K-4. This lesson begins with the “Problem of the Day”

This NO-PREP activity is READY TO PRINT and is perfect for helping students practice mapping on the coordinate plane! Stations mazes are great because they get students up and moving around the room. In this activity, students will read points on a graph or plot a point that is given. Students will

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6^{th} - 7^{th}

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Also included in: HUGE Math Stations Maze Bundle

Take It to Your Seat series: A math center for grades 3-4 in which students study a task card containing a bar, line, or circle graph and answer questions. The unit is contained in a file folder that includes directions, six task cards, and answer forms. (Find additional centers by searching "Mat

Graphs and Data Management Google Slides Math Center. Covers picture graphs, bar graphs, numeracy (quantity, one to one correspondence, counting), most / least and build a graph using moveable clipart! COMPLETE INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHING for your young learners. Easy for Distance Learning. Fun and e

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PreK - 4^{th}, Staff

In this handout, students provided with:
- Pie graph definitions
- An example of a pie graph
- Questions to answer the exemplar (basic)
- Step by step on how to calculate pie chart proportions (ideal example for grade 7- 12).
- Step by step on how to calculate angles of proportions
- Step by step

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6^{th} - 12^{th}, Adult Education

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Roll Read and Graph - Vocabulary Dice Game – How a Bill Becomes a Law EditionPlease note: I have a newer version of this game in the Bill Becomes a Law Vocabulary Mini Set that features updated graphics, two quizzes, 2 games, posters and foldables for almost the same price. I'm leaving this for pe

This graphing activity is a fun way to combine Reading and Math. Using excerpts from school novels, students can create frequency tables and a variety of graphs either by hand or on the computer. This 1-2 class activity can be adapted for any grade level and can be done in small groups or individu

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6^{th} - 7^{th}

This is a PowerPoint math lesson that teaches students about creating and interpreting a bar graph. This could be used as a math mini-lesson or a center activity. Featuring kid-friendly graphics and teacher-friendly PowerPoint controls, this is a great resource for introducing your primary students

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1^{st} - 4^{th}

Take It to Your Seat series: A math center for grades 2-3 in which students answer questions about various types of graphs (bar graphs, picture graphs, circle graphs). The unit is contained in a file folder that includes directions and task cards. (Find additional centers by searching "Math Center

Math, Science, and Reading Mini-Book for
helping students Identify Critical Content
With Element 6 “Looks Like/Sounds Like” Effective Educators Checklist for both Teachers and Students
*No prep needed. Everything is done for you and ready to go. Just print off the copies you need.
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1^{st} - 4^{th}

Math and Science Mini-Book for helping students
Identify the Critical Content of Picture Graphs and Plant Life Cycle stages
~ Element 6 ~
No prep needed. Everything is done for you and ready to go.
Just print off the copies you need. Word bank and answer key included.
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1^{st} - 4^{th}