# Graphing & Data {Unit 9} Early Learners Math Curriculum

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1. This Early Learners Math Curriculum has everything you need for an entire year of engaging math practice! Hands-on activities make this curriculum just right, and FUN for young learners!What standards/skills are met with this curriculum?This curriculum meets ALL math standards for Kindergarten, and
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This is Unit 9 of the Early Learners Math Curriculum. Hands-on activities make this curriculum just right, and FUN for young learners!

What standards/skills are met in Unit 9?
★ Recognize and name bar graphs, pie graphs, tally charts, and pictographs.
★Use and interpret data from bar graphs.
★Use and interpret data from pie graphs.
★Use and interpret data from tally charts.
★Tally numbers 1-10
★Use and interpret data from pictographs.

What is included in this Unit?
★teacher instructions
★activity centers
★interactive worksheets
★reference charts
★unit assessment.

What You Get:

1. Teacher Instructions

2. Activity Centers:

★ Center 1 ★
Spin & Build a Monster Graph
Spin the spinner. Use a provided manipulative and place it on the matching spot on your graph. Repeat until one of your monsters has reached the end of the graph. Use the monster pictures to answer the questions on your mat.

★ Center 2 ★
Crayon Grab & Graph
Grab a crayon (or crayon card). Use a provided manipulative and place it on the matching spot on your graph. Continue until one of your crayons has reached the end of the graph. Use a dry-erase marker to fill in the amounts on your mat.

★ Center 3 ★
Baby Graphing
Choose either mat 1 or mat 2. Count each baby picture and place a provided manipulative on your graph. Continue until you have graphed all the pictures. Use a dry-erase marker to write the total of each column on the baby shirts. Finally, use clips to mark your answers on the clip strip.

★ Center 4 ★
Graph-It!
Choose a graph-it card. Use manipulatives to graph the pictures. Then use a dry-erase marker to write how many on the matching card.

★ Center 5 ★
Food Graphing
Find all the cards for either graph 1. Count the food on each card and use manipulatives to graph them. When your graph is complete, tally each amount with a dry-erase marker and answer the questions. Repeat for graph 2.

★ Center 6 ★
Build a Graph with Snap Cubes
Choose a card. Use snap cubes to build a graph that matches the card. Then use a dry-erase marker to tally your graph. Repeat for all cards.

★ Center 7 ★
Pie Graph Bakery
Choose a card. Use colored dry-erase markers to fill in the pie graph to match your card. Then use clips to answer the questions. Repeat for all cards.

★ Center 8 ★
Data Activity Cards
Use clips or manipulatives to answer each card.

3. Interactive Worksheets
 Zoo Animal Pictograph
 Snack Time Pictograph
 Weather Pictograph
 Cookout Pie Graph
 Bakery Pie Graph
 Pets Tally Chart
 Camping Animal Tally Chart
 Ocean Animal Bar Graph
 School Supplies Bar Graph
 Favorite Candy Bar Graph

4. Reference Charts
 Pictograph
 Bar Graph
 Tally Chart
 Pie Graph

5. Assessment Test

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