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If you want ALL of your students, including your non-readers, to participate in graphing activities, this resource is for you. Picture prompts enable your ESL and very young students to join in the fun and learning. My students beg to do these cards everyday! There are a total of 30 Prompt Cards which equates to 6 weeks of graphing!!!
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You can use these cards as a daily morning warm-up where children come in and place their name on the graph. OR, you can use the Prompt and Label Cards as part of a center, part of whole group instruction or even as part of your small group instruction.
Cards start out with simple yes/no answers (a total of 15 cards).
Graphing questions eventually become more complex where children have an either/or choice, to the level where there are black line masters for children to color and cut out their choices of items and graph them accordingly.
Teachers are saying:
When used with Prekindergarten children, these Common Core objectives will automatically be ingrained by the time they reach Kindergarten!
Graphing provides opportunities for students to become skilled at counting, comparing, and learning math vocabulary, such as same, equal, more, or less. After producing each graph as a class, provide time to discuss the results shown.
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