Students need to be able to record and interpret data. Included are twelve students sheets.
On each sheet, the students are first asked to record the data provided. They are then asked 3 questions about the graph. Finally they are asked to write about the graph. This is a great place for the students to show what they know about more, less, how many more, how many less. It's also a great place for students to make any connections they may see. For example, on the graph about school supplies, someone might notice that if they added notebooks (5) and scissors(5) together, they'd get how many glue sticks there are(10).
NOTE: On two of the graphs I intentionally had one of the items have zero. On the sports graph there are zero soccer balls and on the pets graph, there are zero fish.
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