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This math activity is perfect for wrapping up your unit on graphing. Included in this 7 page unit is a data recording sheet, "skittles" to color, and 3 different types of graphs including a bar graph, pictograph, and line plot for the students to create. Also included is a page of questions to help
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Students will learn about tallies, column graphs and picture graphs. Students are given a set number of skittles. I recommnend that you buy a big bag of skittles and divide them up into zip-lock bags. (This way you can control the number of skittles for the worksheet or if you would like to use th
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If your class is anything like mine, they can not stop talking about the upcoming Super Bowl! This activity was inspired by Marshawn Lynch's love for Skittles. What's better than Lynch, Skittles, and Common Core Standards all mixed into one activity? This activity is appropriate for grades 3-5 and
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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. Include
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Students use skittles to make a tally chart and graph. Students also answer questions about the graphs and label the graphs. The rubric is also included on the sheet for the teacher and/or students to evaluate the assignment. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 U
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After students collect their data on a tally chart, they will graph their data using a bar graph and pictograph. After, there are ten questions they answer using their data that require addition and subtraction. After reading a problem, students must write an equation and solve using their data. For
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This graphing activity was created for use with a unit on graphing. It can be used as an activity or as a final assessment for the unit. **NOTE: I have also posted a rubric that can be used to grade this activity. Please look for it in my TpT store. This work is licensed under a Creative Comm
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If your class is anything like mine, they can not stop talking about the upcoming Super Bowl! This activity was inspired by Marshawn Lynch's love for Skittles. What's better than Lynch, Skittles, and Common Core Standards all mixed into one activity? This activity is appropriate for grades K-2 (s
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Students practice converting fractions to decimals and percents. Students practice creating bar and circle graphs.
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Students each get a small bag of Skittles. They count the total and the total of each color. Then they create a picture graph and bar graph. Students will answer questions about their data. They can also create a graph using class data.
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Students make 3 different types of graphs using skittles. The graphs are already made for you all the students have to do is fill in the data they gather!
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Did this activity in a 5th grade neurological support class, they really enjoyed this hands on activity.
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This file contains the instructions, worksheets, and a rubric for a FUN sorting and graphing activity. Each child gets a small snack pack of skilltes. They are first asked to answer a few general questions about what they THINK will be in the bag when they open it. Then, they will sort out the co
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Use this activity with original skittles to teach even the youngest learners how to graph! Learning is always better with food, right? Please remember to leave feedback and visit my blog to see how I used this activity in my classroom! droppinknowledge2.blogspot.com Thank you!
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Students use candy to convert fractions, decimals, and percents. They also use the information to create a double bar graph.
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These skittles labs are a fun way to have students learn about the scientific method. Lab contents: 1. Skittle Colors Lab: A. Question: Which color skittle is most common in a package of skittles? B. Developing a hypothesis C. Procedure D. Data Tables E. Graphing F. Post-Lab Questions 2. Skittles
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Graphing - Sorting - Patterns - Tallying - Sight Words - Measuring Students love using candy to practice skills! This pack gives you some great activities and ideas using Skittles. These are great to use during the spring or around St. Patrick's Day since they are rainbow colors! Includes: Estima
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A fun and interactive way to teach graphing skills with the use of Skittles. Let kids "taste the rainbow" as they learn how to use tally marks, pictographs, and bar graphs. Great activity to do in March around St. Patricks day!
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An 14 page packet with activities all that can be done with Skittles! Activities include bar graphs, pictographs, line graphs, tally charts, fractions, addition, subtraction, money, sorting, estimation, place value, number sense, coordinate grids, working on a hundreds chart, and multiplication.
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Who knew a bag of fun sized skittles could mean some big time learning!?! Your students can enjoy a fun and tasty graphing project when learning about graphing, at the end of the year, or for some anytime fun! Skittles Graphing includes: An estimation page. A sorting sheet. A bar graph. A questio
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Here is a tasty way to end (or begin!) your graphing unit. Using personal size bags of Skittles, students will graph the color of their Skittles, collect data from peers about their favorite flavor and color of their Skittles, and create their own bar graph or pictographs. There are 2 graphing optio
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Add this hands-on graphing, multiplying, and fraction mini unit to your St. Patrick's Day planning. Students will sort skittles and create a scaled bar graph and pictograph and more. What you get: ~Sorting mat and tally chart. ~Scaled bar graph and pictograph with data sheet. 3 different data s
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My students are learning comparing numbers in Math this week and I wanted to create something fun and easy to start with. I love using food and thought skittles would be great to use since there are so many different colors. I hope your students enjoy it! :)
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This is a fun graphing activity that can be used with or without Skittles. It can also be used with a color printer or without. On each activity page, there is a graphing element, and a follow-up question section. It covers Common Core State Standard K.MD.B.3. Contents: Cover (Page 1) Activity 1 -
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