# Graphing and data -- Fall/Thanksgiving Theme

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1. These graphing and data packs are a fun way to practice reading data and analyzing graphs. Students can practice their addition facts as well. In addition students can work on their word problem comprehension, while answering the questions regarding the graphs.It can help build a wider vocabulary to
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This Fall/Thanksgiving themed graphing and data pack is a fun way to practice reading data and analyzing graphs. Students can practice their addition facts as well. In addition students can work on their word problem comprehension, while answering the questions regarding the graphs.

It can help build a wider vocabulary too.

You can find the following activities in this pack:

Roll and graph: (NO black and white version included)

Dice

Print dice. Glue it on a piece of cardboard (easier to glue it together, it is sturdier and easier for students to roll) Cut along solid lines with a cutter knife and fold along dotted lines after going over the lines with the dull edge of the cutter (helps by folding). For extra support put some sticky tape over the edges too.

10 Grid

Print and laminate page for durability. Students can make predictions before the game which Thanksgiving item is going to win. Students roll the dice and tick the box of the symbol they rolled. The first symbol with 10 ticks wins.

Questions

Print and laminate page for durability. Students record the result of the game. Firstly, they tally and then write the numeral down under the Thanksgiving symbols, then they compare the ticks the symbols got. Lastly, they use the number of ticks for each item for adding the numbers together.

I spy Fall/Thanksgiving: (NO black and white version included)

2 sheets with activities as follows:

- Students will use tally marks and numbers to show how many are there of 1 item.

- Students will color the bar graph to show the data

- Students will answer the questions using the bar graph

- Students will put a T for true and F for false after the statements about the bar graph.

Bar graph study: (NO pictures)

1 sheet with activities as follows:

- Students will answer questions about the bar graph by using the key to read the graph.

(skip counting by 3s practice)

- Students will put a T for true and F for false after the statements about the bar graph.

Line plot study: (NO pictures)

1 sheet with an 'Answer the questions' activity.

Create a chart: (NO pictures)

2 charts on 1 page

- Students will count the different items on the list and put the amount into the table and then will answer the questions.

Collecting data: (ONLY black and white version included)

1 sheet with activities as follows:

- Students will color the different items using the key. They will then use tally marks and numeral forms to show the amount of one given item. Finally, they answer a simple question.

Which card will be the most common: (NO pictures)

1 sheet with 1 activity

- Students will use the table with tally marks to answer the questions.

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