This PowerPoint activity consists of 20 questions covering reading and interpreting bar graphs. This activity can be done as a Cover Up game in which students cross off answers called on their Activity Card in order to make the lesson more engaging. The Activity Card and Answer Bank slides can be printed and copied front/back, one copy per student. Alternatively, the activity could be done as a review without the game and Activity Card components. Eighteen of the twenty questions have an accompanying bar graph, and no bar graph is used for more than three questions, thus exposing students to a variety of situations and applications. The bar graphs also provide opportunities for additional talking points, students to ask questions, the teacher to create follow-up questions to discuss, etc.
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