Graphing Fluency & Fitness® Brain Breaks

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K - 1st
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Fluency and Fitness® are some of the top selling brain breaks and movement activities on TPT! This activity helps your students moving, while practicing graphing. This bundle includes 4 slideshows to help your students learn basic graphing skills. Each slideshow has a variety of exercises for students to do. This bundle is included in my Math Fluency & Fitness Bundle and my Fluency & Fitness MEGA Bundle which is a growing bundle. Click on the preview file to see some examples or click here to watch this youtube video of my number bundle in action in a classroom.



➤➤➤PLEASE NOTE: Due to the popularity of Fluency & Fitness®, I wanted to make these activities easier to access and include more fun features that weren't possible as downloadable files. I now have a membership website with easy access to an online library of over 1,150 videos for ALL my K-2 Fluency and Fitness®. New features such as more exercises, animated kids, music on the exercise slides, answers, pre-timed slides, and more features are ONLY availableon These files on TPT are the older versions of my resources without the new features. But wait...our membership website now also includes over 780 videos for Fluency Find It®, over 250 Digital Task Cards, AND our Physical Phonics resources. All your favorite resources in 1 spot!



Slideshows Included:

-How many?

-What has the least?

-What has the most?

-How many more/less ___ than ___?

How to play:

The slideshow will present a big graph and the students need to answer the question on the screen. EX: How many animals are there, what food has the most, etc. When they see a slide with a kid exercising, they do that exercise until you choose to go to the next slide. The teacher clicks to control how fast/slow the slides move so you can go slow when introducing the skill, and faster once students start to master it. You do not have to have a smart board for this, I just use a projector and show it on a wipe off board. When you download this file open the "READ THIS FIRST" file so you can see more detailed instructions on how to play, multiple ways to use, and how to add timers/sound if you'd like.

*****You will receive a PDF version & Powerpoint version. The Powerpoint sets are editable so you can move the slides around so they aren't always in the same order when you play the game. You can not edit the content. This material is copyrighted and you are not allowed to create your own Fluency & Fitness™ games or distribute this in any way. It is for a single classroom use only!*****

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Directly compare two objects with a measurable attribute in common, to see which object has “more of”/“less of” the attribute, and describe the difference. For example, directly compare the heights of two children and describe one child as taller/shorter.
Classify objects into given categories; count the numbers of objects in each category and sort the categories by count.
Organize, represent, and interpret data with up to three categories; ask and answer questions about the total number of data points, how many in each category, and how many more or less are in one category than in another.


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