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Christmas Crunch Graph

Unit 5: Comparing Numbers
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Objective: SWBAT use special edition Christmas Crunch cereal to create graphs.

Big Idea: Graphing, part of K.CC.6, is a great way to compare numbers and practice math vocabulary, such as "more," "most," "least," and "same."

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