This basic mathematics lesson regarding bar graphs is part of a thematic unit about the environment, yet may be used separately, and is most appropriate for second through sixth grade students with minimal modification needed, if any at all, but could be adjusted for many other grades. The lesson targets one principal objective: students will be able to apply a four step TAUB (Title, Axes, Unites, Bars) process to create a bar graph. The lesson reflects gradual release and focuses on interactive activities that directly involve students in their learning. This version of the lesson also highlights an art extension focusing on Georgia O'Keeffe, too, though. There is one principal objective correlating to this art connection: students will be able to artistically create up close and personal representations for different parts of trees, like those produced by Georgia O’Keeffe.
*Materials Are Separate For 1.00 Each*
*Assessment Is Separate For 1.00*
A reading lesson and science lesson for the same thematic unit are available for 3.00 each, too!