Describing the Graph - Section 3: Our Own Data

 
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Dr. Seuss Graphs Part 1

Unit 16: Getting Ready to Multiply
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: SWBAT create a graph of class data and then interpret the findings and use them in creating repeated addition problems

Big Idea: Lets graph something students are interested in. Favorite Dr. Seuss characters are something that students can collect data on, graph and interpret.

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