Tuesday, April 24, 2018


We just wrapped up our graphing unit and it was lots of fun!  Check out a few things we did below!

We started out with a simple "favorite ice-cream flavor bar graph."  We talked about the parts of a graph:  title/question, data, and labels.  Everyone came up and added their cone to the graph.  We also read "The Great Graph Contest" book, which you can snag below if you wish.

Then we moved onto a really fun M & M graphing activity pack!  I got this on TpT many years ago and can't seem to find who it belongs to, so I can't link it for you.  BOO!  You could always search "M and M Graphing" and see what you can find!  *I got the giant tub of candy from Costco.*

We learned about tally marks with a book, Tally O'Malley, which you can snag below if you wish.

We practiced counting tally marks with craft sticks.  This is always a favorite activity each year!

We played "Rock, Paper, Scissors!"  This is always a HUGE HIT!  If you'd like to get yourself the dice, click below!  They are a fun investment!!

The paper is included in the pack shown below.  However, you can also get it if you belong to my Facebook group!  Click HERE to join!

We also played "Dice Tally," from my "Math Games on the Fly" pack!  

Overall, we had a great time learning about data!  



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