Searching For Sea Stars: Developing Meaningful Questions Based on Data

Unit 8: Place Value Practice
Lesson 5 of 5

Objective: SWBAT locate, record and interpret information from a scientific database and record that data on a graph after rounding to the nearest ten. They will ask quantitative and qualitative questions related to the data represented on the graph.

Big Idea: Learn how data can guide us to ask different types of mathematical questions!

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Math, rounding, addition, subtraction, word problems, 3rd Grade, using a database
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