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Engage students by graphing how many skittles are in a fun size bag! If you can't find the fun size bags just give each student a handful of skittles. Everyone's answers will be different, but that just opens up more classroom discussions :) Everything comes in color (pink) AND black and white.
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Students use a bar graph to represent the colors in "Fun Sized" bags of Skittles candy. This activity includes prediction and analyzing of the data.
This is a great activity to do around Halloween or Valentines Day!

Use Skittles candy to review math! Give each student about 20 Skittles each and let them complete the tally chart, bar graph, and pictograph. It even requires small group collaboration as students are to combine information with a partner or an entire table group. It also reviews least to greates

This is a super fun activity to go along with your graphing unit. My students really struggle with following the key on a picture graph, so this was great practice! Includes: -2 Pages (to be printed front and back) Frequency Table (students sort skittles and fill in the table) Picture Graph, Key is

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2^{nd} - 4^{th}

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Use this Skittles bar graph to assess your students' knowledge of graphing. It is also used as a partner activity which is always lots of fun!

Use this fun activity to allow your students to practice collecting data, adding, rounding, and completing a bar graph. Graphing includes labeling a title, x and y axis, creating an appropriate number interval, and plotting the data. Can be used as an individual, partner, or group activity. Who doe

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3^{rd} - 6^{th}

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Fun and engaging activity appropriate for:
VAAP Math: PROBABILITY, STATISTICS, PATTERNS, FUNCTIONS, AND ALGEBRA 3M-PSPFA 1 (b) or (c)
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VAAP Science: SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION 3S-SI 1 (h) or 3S-SI 2 (k)
Students can color or use dot-a-dot paint to complete the bar graph. Students can write or

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Want a FUN hands-on activity to get your students excited about graphing?!?! This pop-up bar graph is just the thing! Students will get practice with both tally charts and bar graphs during this project. Included in this bundle:
-tally chart recording sheet (printable, editable)
-pop-up bar graph (p

This editable Google doc is fun way to have students engage with bar graphs. Students will open a pack of skittles™/m&m's™ and graph the amount of each color. Then, they answer the questions about their data. Other optional questions to add to the worksheet:I have more ____ skittles than ____ sk

Students graph their halloween candy!

Students are able to practice their graphing skills with a fun twist. Just add skittles. Includes a place to create the graph as well as questions to answer.

Student each get a packet of fun size skittles. They collect and record their data on a tally chart. After their data is collected, students create a bar graph with the data. Students then use their data and bar graph to answer questions and create their own question.
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A fun graphing project for your students! Skittles Graphing Includes: - Vocabulary cards - Estimation - Sorting - Graphing - Questions for them to answer at the end of the activity All you need is a little pack of skittles for each student! Enjoy :)

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1^{st} - 3^{rd}

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Students will taste test each Skittles Candy flavor, and then ask their classmates their favorite flavors and record the data collected. Then they use their data to create a bar graph. I use this in my 3rd grade class and it is always a big hit activity!

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2^{nd} - 6^{th}

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Use this item to teach the following common core aligned objective:
Students will collect and record data of classmates favorite flavor of skittles candy, draw a bar graph to represent the data set. They will also be able to answer several questions using the information in their bar graph.
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2^{nd} - 6^{th}

Count the Rainbow Bar Graph Activity covers gathering data, filling in a bar graph, and students will answer rigorous problem solving based on the data in the bar graph. After collecting and analyzing their data, students can eat their candy! What's Included?Traditional Skittles Bar Graph and questi

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PreK - 3^{rd}

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This is a fun activity for students to practice recording data in a bar graph. Students will count each color of skittles they have and record it on the graph. Students will also practice labeling their bar graph, creating a scale, and writing a title for their graph,

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Use this graphic organizer printable to practice creating a bar graph using the fun size bag of Skittles.

This product can be used to help students understand tally charts and bar graphing. I purchased a bag of skittles (you could also get the fun size bags and let each student have a little bag of their own) and gave each student the same amount of skittles and let them tally their colors and then they

Graphing is something students always need to refresh on... And one way to do this is with a breakdown of the colors of Skittles in a bag! Analyze the breakdown with a bar graph activity!This document breaks down the experiment into all of the appropriate scientific investigation areas, with a focus

Graphing is one of those skills that students are always needing to refresh... And with this product they can do just that in a fun and engaging way! Students take a bag of Skittles candy and break it down into quantity of each color. Students then graph the results of each color.*NEW* --> Intera

This is an easy fun exercise to add in for bar graphing. Students use a fun size Skittle package to create a bar graph and answer questions.

Combining the yumminess of skittles with the fun of making a bar graph!

A printable and ready to use 3 page handout to aide in the instruction of bar graphs using students' favorite flavors of skittles.