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Space Graphing (Common Core)

Space Graphing (Common Core)
Space Graphing (Common Core)
Space Graphing (Common Core)
Space Graphing (Common Core)
Space Graphing (Common Core)
Space Graphing (Common Core)
Space Graphing (Common Core)
Space Graphing (Common Core)
Product Description
Space Graphing: UPDATED & REVISED!
by Tiny Space Adventures

A super fun way to practice graphing and counting skills as well as learn a little trivia about NASA's moon missions and animals in space!


Learn some cool NASA trivia like how many rovers, flags, golf balls & family photos are on the Moon today (I'll give you a hint...there are more than just NASA's Apollo rovers up there!) Also, find out about our little animal astronauts that have flown in space. Animals highlighted in this lesson include: dogs, cats, monkeys, frogs, rabbits and even baby squid.

7 super cute student worksheets are now all blackline copies for easy and clear copying.

Moon Trivia: What do you think?
Students use counting cubes to estimate their best guesses on NASA trivia, then graph the results.

Moon Trivia: Real Data
Graph the real NASA Data & answer questions for comprehension. Questions focus on greater than/less than, addition/subtraction & understanding the graph data.

Golfing in Space: A line plot
Answer questions based on line plot data.

Animals in Space Bar Graph
Graph data which goes up to much larger number (50). Five & one-digit lines are provided for student accuracy.

Animals in Space Picture Graph
Using the data provided, answer the questions.

My Favorite Space Object: Survey & Tally Chart
Fill in a picture graph from given tally chart data, then answer questions.

Compare in Space
Counting sets of space items and determining if they are greater/less than each other.

Math Concepts:
Bar Graph, Picture Graph, Line Plot, Tally Chart
Counting
Comparing
Greater Than/Less Than
Adding/subtracting


Meets Common Core State Standards for K-2!

Here are a few:

K.CC.6: Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater/less than/equal to the number of objects in another group by matching/counting.

1.MD.4: Organize, represent and interpret data with up to three categories.

2. MD.10: Draw a picture graph and bar graph to represent a data set with up to four categories.






Total Pages
32 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
N/A
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