Reflection: Joy Read Picture Graphs - Section 1: Activating Strategy

I really enjoy doing a read aloud to begin a lesson.  This is not only a great way to get the students excited about what they will be learning, but it also demonstrates that there is a relationship between reading and math.

Unit 4: Charts and Graphs
Lesson 1 of 9

Big Idea: A picture is worth a thousand words! In this lesson, students will learn to read a picture graph.

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Math, charts, graph
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Lisa Murdock

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