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This product is a great addition to your Morning Meeting or Calendar Math Routines. Each month is already labeled for you with a graph of the weather (sunny, cloudy, rainy, foggy, snowy) and temperature (hot, warm, chilly, cold), as well as a place to collect tally marks of the weather over the mont
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In this activity, students will analyze and evaluate a two atmosphere graphs. The first graph shows the relationship between altitude and air pressure. The second graph shows the relationship between altitude and temperature. The graphs include standards-based analyses questions. Additionally, t
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Each student gets a new one of these every month. As a class every morning we look up the temperature and color in the square. I ask them graphing questions based on the chart.
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In my class, we graph the weather each day. This pack includes weather graphs for August-June including sunny, cloudy, windy, rainy and snowy weather. Also, you will find temperature graphs for August-June including hot, cold, warm and chilly temperatures. Using colored markers or crayons, color-in
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A perfect addition to calendar time! Record and graph the daily temperature with your class through the whole school year. Includes: -Large color coded thermometer chart -colorful bar graph for all 12 months (for you/your students to color in each day) -daily cards for each temperature to add creat
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You get 3 printables in this temperature graphing packet. You can use the graphs for math, science, or both! The instructions set up a project where students graph temperatures over the course of 31 days. Temperatures on the graph range from -30 degrees to 115 degrees. The graphs are designed to
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This activity is a hands-on project that meets the Next Generation Science Standard for third grade: 3-ESS2-1 Earth's Systems (Represent data in tables and graphical displays to describe typical weather conditions expected during a particular season). This activity is a year-long project that all
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I used this in science after students did some research on different cities to record temperature for a month. Then all students could compare different temperature graphs. It's as a word document. Preview might not show it accurately...it is modifiable.
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I am using this as a reteach for a 5th grade unit. It could also be a study guide or a review. The TEKS covered are: 5.5D - identify changes that can occur un the physical properties of the ingredients of solutions 5.2F communicate valid conclusions in both written and verbal 5.5B identify the bo
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This lesson is a project where students create a "Temperature" graph which is both a chronological timeline of the Cold War as well as a barometer of the tension level between the US and USSR. The finished project that students can create can be either done on a poster board / butcher paper or done
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"When am I ever going to use this?" It is a question that has plagued math teachers for decades. Now you can answer the question with a Common-Core-Standards-aligned activity built around a real-world context. Focusing on this Common Core standard: - 6.EE.2 Download contains: - One engaging real-
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This is an activity that can be done in the classroom, at home, or both. It compares temperatures from all over the world, interpreting the data through graphs. It contains differentiation you can use with your struggling learners and your gifted and talented learners.
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Students look at temperature data of the average global temperatures from 1880 to present. Students then graph the data and answer questions pertaining to the data
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This is a quick and easy way to add another daily task to your students' already busy schedule that will target math, science, weather, graphing skills, etc.The students can either measure daily temperature using an outdoor thermometer, or simply log in to a local weather website and record their da
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This worksheet correlates with the VA Science SOL 2.6 (weather) while incorporating skills from the VA Math SOL 2.8 (bar graphs) and 2.1 (rounding to nearest 10). The students will record the temperature daily on the bar graph and then draw the weather for each day.
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This is a one page document that has the students record the daily temperature. They record each day as either a bar graph or a dot, to become a line graph over the month. After lessons, students are responsible for filling in both the temperature and the increments. At the end of the month, I ha
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Easily edited set of line graphs detailing the high temperature in three different cities for a given month! I taught 6th grade math and used these graphs as the basis for a unit on data analysis and statistics. The 6th grade Common Core Standards easily align with almost any activity you can dream
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With this temperature graph students can record how it feels outside. Students might debate whether it feels 'very hot' vs. 'warm', but you can show them how to access the actual temperature online or on your phone. The temperature graphs are pre-made, but the consistent format supports students in
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You can use this temperature graph daily with the weather graph to document the temperature for any month. This is great tool to use to teach graphing and comparing numbers. Enjoy :)
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This is a temperature graph for children to observe the weather, mark on a graph, and review their results!
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This project has students measuring the temperature inside and outside of their school to gather data used to create a double line graph. Students would use the tracking page to gather the data then use graph paper in order to create the graph. I have completed this project with my 5th grade student
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Can be modified per month depending on degrees or target counting
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Build your own temperature graph to record the daily temperature.
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How to display temperature changes graphically
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