Lucky Charms Graph and Topper

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PreK - 1st
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This has been around for many, many years but if your students need more graphing experience this is an easy solution to help celebrate St. Patrick's day. I'm not a big fan of all children sticking their hands in the same bowl to do this activity so I have another suggestion that will make it feel special. Have a parent put a handful of cereal in clear treat bags and you can use the topper I have provided to seal off the bag. Each child has their own to use when doing this graphing activity! The graph can be run off on colored paper or stay with the white so they can color in how many of each shape they have in their baggie. Easy and fun during assessment time. This might give you a handy fifteen minutes.They can even compare their data with a partner. The recording sheet and topper are available as a freebie for kinders and firsties too!
Please check out my St. Patrick's Day packet:
Lucky As A Leprechaun and my emergent reader:I Am So Lucky which are also available.
Have a lucky day! The graphics are created by Scrappin Doodles, Makda, and Michael Smith.
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