Engage students by graphing how many Lucky Charms are in a small box of cereal! If you can't find the small boxes just give each student a handful of lucky charms. Everyone's answers will be different, but that just opens up more classroom discussions :)
Includes an estimation page (students estimate how many of each color skittle they will receive) and a page to write down their actual numbers.
There is a page for students to make a picture graph and a page to make a bar graph.
After graphing, there are 14 questions asking about their graph. For example: "How many HEARTS do you have?" "How many HORSESHOES and MOONS do you have?" "What is the difference of BALLOONS and STARS?"