Graphing: Students creating graphs

Graphing: Students creating graphs
Graphing: Students creating graphs
Graphing: Students creating graphs
Graphing: Students creating graphs
Graphing: Students creating graphs
Graphing: Students creating graphs
Graphing: Students creating graphs
Graphing: Students creating graphs
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There are many things and ideas for students to graph in their world. By in large I have always found that students love to sort their treasures whether it’s Halloween candy or stickers. Using that, I set out to find a unique collection of things students would have access to so they could have fun doing math graphing homework at home. The students also have the opportunity to interview adults and friends about their interests! The possibilities are endless!

Graphing topics include: sorting books, socks, coins, cereal, shoes, canned goods, sports, music and blank sheets for the students to create their own sorts from data they have available to them.
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21 pages
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Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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