This class birthday display focuses on being both interactive and meaningful. The data handling graphs, homework, and glyph all focus on using real life data (your class birthdays) while helping young learners learn beginning data handling concepts.
❇❇ This set is for ❇❇
➀ Teachers that want meaningful and interactive
➁ Classrooms that want a strong home and school connection
and homework that informs what happens in the class
➂ Reflective classrooms
where math journals, interactive notebooks, and class discussions focus on helping students become better thinkers.
❄❄ Here’s what you’ll get in this set: ❄❄
❶ Color and b&w
month cakes and birthday balloons
❷ 5 no prep graphs
with increasing levels of difficulty. Use multiple graphs as a differentiation option.
❸ 2 make your own word problems
that one student writes and another solves
❹ 1 anchor chart
of “The Word Problems We Loved”. Use this to display student created word problems and have students reflect on what makes a good or bad word problem.
❺ 1 homework research
activity where students ask their family/friends about birth dates and then bring the information back to class for the class glyph.
❻ 2 glyph code sheets
to allow students to visually show the data the class collected. (Includes lesson instructions.)
❼ 1 glyph data reflection cards
so student analysis can be displayed along with the data.
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This set is part of a large bundle of all my wavy theme sets.
This set helped me do less class decorating while also helping students actually use the wall displays for learning. Yay to less work and better learning outcomes.
Here's to great displays and data handling!
Playfully yours, ‘